On 04th March 2015, took place the official ceremony of inauguration of the renovated historic office of Branch Nr.19. The inauguration ceremony was attended by members of the Board of Directors of Veneto Banca s.c.p.a., General Direction of Eximbank, the ambassador of Italy in Republic of Moldova, local authorities, representatives of the local banking sector and clients of our Bank.
This office is well-known, as it is the place where the history of Eximbank started on 29th April, 1994, and during many years was known as the head office of the Bank. The renovated branch is equipped according to the image and quality standards of Veneto Banca Group, and offers accessible and efficient space through dividing the working zones for performing a first-class customer service. This was made for increasing the quality of services and for reducing the time for banking transactions.
In his welcoming speech, Ms. Lucio Luigi Gaita, General Director of the Bank said: “We wanted to renovate this office as it is a historic one for our Bank. We wanted to create modern conditions and a pleasant environment for our clients, as well as for our employees. At the same time, we want to send a good reminder that we are present in Moldova, and we believe in this territory and nation. ”
The President of the Board of Directors of Veneto Banca, Ms. Alessandro Gallina mentioned: “Since the acquisition of Eximbank by Veneto Banca, the shareholder intended to transform the network of the bank according to the image and quality standards of Veneto Banca Group, for offering products and services at European standards. The modernization of this historic branch in the center of Chisinau demonstrates once again the commitment and determination of our mother-Bank, Veneto Banca, to support Eximbank in its projects of territorial expansion on the market of Republic of Moldova”.
The Ambassador of Italy in Republic of Moldova, Enrico Nunziata underlined in his speech that Italy has an important role in the development of Republic of Moldova, as it is the third country in the international trade, after Russia and Romania. The presence of an Italian bank in the Republic of Moldova is essential for the Italian business development in the country.