Since joining the market in 2003 with the acquisition of Postbanka and a merger with the National Savings Bank in 2006, Eurobank has been one of the leading foreign investors and financial institutions on the market. More than 1,300 employees are now servicing over 500,000 accounts of physical and legal entities through a business network of 80 branches and 5 business centres. Eurobank’s capital is eight per cent of the total capital of the banking sector and represents a guarantee of stability towards its partners, clients and employees.
Last year was very successful for Eurobank. Loan growth of over 15% was recorded in both segments – with individuals and companies. The range of services the bank offers through digital channels has been enhanced, and the client base has grown. In 2017, Eurobank made a profit before tax of 2.5 billion dinars, which is 17% more than in 2016. In future, we will remain focused on business growth and development.
Since the backbone of our business is products and services tailored to meet the needs of our clients, our desire is to improve them further to increase the growth in investments, but also to grow our client base both through traditional banking and following modern trends in terms of “digitalization” of the business and turning to new, innovative services and products that are taking over the banking market.
More than 1,300 staff are now servicing over 500,000 accounts of physical and legal entities through a business network of 80 branches and 5 business centres. Eurobank’s capital is eight percent of the total capital of the banking sector and represents a guarantee of stability towards its partners, clients and employees
Eurobank is recognised for its wide range of retail products and great savings options and is the only financial institution in this part of Europe that has exclusive cooperation with Manchester United. Since 2014, it has offered its co-branded Eurobank – Manchester United payment cards that provide special benefits to more than 30,000 users.
For over a decade, Eurobank has been operating steadily by providing financial support to its clients but also taking care of the community. Through the programme “We invest in European Values”, more than €4.5 million has been invested so far in education, health, the environment, culture and social inclusion.
As we consider a socially responsible business an extremely important and inseparable part of our operation, we continue to implement our CSR projects, among which we especially emphasize the newly launched project “The school designed for you”, supported by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, whose goal is to improve work and study conditions in secondary economic schools in Serbia.