YEREVAN, February 6. / ARKA /. The Russian owned VTB Bank (Armenia) has reopened today two renovated branches in Yeghegnadzor, the administrative center of Vayots Dzor province and in the town of Masis in Ararat province.
Both branches have undergone comprehensive renovation designed to better customer service procedures, modernize and replace equipment. The interior of the branches have been brought in line with VTB Group’s style.
The renovated branches have queuing systems, with customer service areas divided by type of service and products, it has also a separate zone for individual customers.
VTB Bank (Armenia) CEO, Yuri Gusev said the branch renovation program, launched last year, will be one of the key tasks of the bank in 2013. Gusev said customers in these two towns have now an additional incentive to be serviced at first class bank, which offers access to unlimited possibilities of VTB.
The opening ceremonies were attended by mayors of Masis and Yeghegnadzor, customers of the bank and reporters.
VTB Bank (Armenia) is fully owned by Russian VTB Group. It runs 67 branches in Armenia, more than any other local bank. -0-