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Bank of Cyprus


							
Description

Founded in 1899, the bank has 143 branches in Cyprus. The bank's share in the Cyprus financial market in terms of deposits and loans is 31.3% and 27.5%, respectively. In Russia, the bank began its activities in 2007, opening the first branch of a Greek or Cypriot presence in the Russian market. In 2008, the bank expanded its presence in Russia by purchasing an 80% stake in Uniastrum Bank.

Advantages:
• Opening an account requires the presence of the beneficiary and the account manager at the bank/representative office of the bank

• The account is managed through the Direct Banking system;

• Full range of banking services provided;

• Availability of Russian-speaking staff;

• There is no requirement for an initial deposit;

• A separate account is opened for each currency banking, capital management and investment management with a large–scale international presence in Europe, the USA and Asia

Advantages:
• Opening an account requires the presence of the beneficiary and the account manager at the bank/representative office of the bank;

• There is no requirement for an initial deposit;

• The opportunity to receive a Visa Eclection card;

• Relative ease of opening an account;

• A wide range of banking services;

• Availability of an Internet bank.

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