YEREVAN, October 16. / ARKA /. The Russian-owned VTB Bank (Armenia) said one of its mini-branches located at Bagratunyats street in Yerevan has resumed operation from early October after a major repair.
The bank said in a press release that the repair work was started on September 18 and was completed according to the schedule. Apart from the repair the bank has carried out a set of measures designed to optimize the procedures related to customer service; it has also modernized and re-equipped the workplaces.
The mini-branch offers the full range of banking services, including: opening and maintenance of accounts / deposits, cash management services, provision of plastic card, making money transfers, issuing loans and others.
Before the end of this year the Bank will reformat several key branches in Yerevan and Armavir, Echmiadzin and Kotayk regions.
VTB Bank (Armenia) is fully owned by Russian VTB Group. It has 69 branches in Armenia, more than any other bank. -0-