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19.11.2008  
JSCB “Eximbank” Gruppo Veneto Banca hosted a meeting between the Italian delegation of the Central European Initiative (CEI) Parliamentary Assembly and members of Italian community of the Republic of Moldova.
On November 17, 2008 at 6.00 p.m., at the Headquarters of Eximbank Gruppo Veneto Banca took place the meeting between the Italian delegation of the CEI Parliamentary Assembly, headed by Mrs. Laura Ravetto, and members of Italian community of the Republic of Moldova.

Led by the Ambassador of Italy in the Republic of Moldova, Mr. Stefano De Leo, the meeting was interactive and had the aim to exchange the opinions regarding the business climate in our country.

Eximbank Gruppo Veneto Banca was represented by the Responsible of Veneto Banca Holding in Eximbank - Mr. Nicola Damiani and the General Director -Mr. Marcel Chirca. Representing Group Veneto Banca, in general, and Eximbank, in particular, Mr. Nicola Damiani has noted the active role of the Bank on the banking market, confirmed by concrete figures and has underlined the Bank intention to open 4-5 branches annually, in order to cover all territory of the country, thereby, contributing to access of the quality banking services.

In conclusion the Chairman of Delegation, Mrs. Laura Ravetto has given an appreciation to the Bank and the achieved results in the banking system, having underlined that presence of the Italian banking group Veneto Banca in the Republic Moldova is an important precondition for integration of our country into the European Union.

 
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