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Company Overview of Marfin bank a.d.

Company Overview

Marfin Bank a.d. provides retail and corporate banking services to government agencies, companies, individuals, and entrepreneurs in the Republic of Serbia. It provides package, payroll, special purpose, and special securities accounts, as well as fixed-term dinar and FX fixed-term deposits; and foreign currency and dinar savings accounts. The company also offers housing, cash, car, and refinancing loans, as well as overdrafts; working capital, equipment, and business premises loans, as well as guarantees; and long-term, short-term, short-term with currency clause, and short-term in foreign currency loans. In addition, it provides payment cards, safe deposit boxes, money transfers, internati...

no. 22 Dalmatinska Street

Belgrade,  

Serbia

Founded in 1990

288 Employees

Key Executives for Marfin bank a.d.

Manager of Financial Control and Risk Management
Manager of Administration Department
Manager of Human Resources and Legal Department
Acting Manager of Organization Department
Manager of Risk Management Department
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Marfin bank a.d. Key Developments

Marfin Bank Closes Eleven Branches across Serbia

Marfin Bank, recently purchased by Czech lender Expobank CZ, is closing down eleven branches across Serbia. Marfin Bank is closing down four branches in Serbia's capital Belgrade, and one each in Bor, Uzice, Krusevac, Valjevo, Kraljevo, Subotica and Vrbas. The branches are being closed due to a new operational organisation.

Marfin bank a.d., Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Feb 28, 2017

Marfin bank a.d., Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Feb 28, 2017.

Marfin Bank AD Beograd, Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Dec 13, 2016

Marfin Bank AD Beograd, Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Dec 13, 2016, at 12:00 Central European Standard Time. Location: Dalmatinska Street no. 22 Belgrade Serbia Agenda: To consider adoption of the resolution on squeeze-out of minorities of the company; to consider adoption of the resolution on withdrawal of shares from a regulated market; to consider adoption of the resolution on termination of features of a public company; to consider adoption of the resolution on amendments and supplements of the bank’s articles of association; and to consider adoptions of the resolution on amendments.

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Recent Private Companies Transactions

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Merger/Acquisition
October 3, 2016
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