Growth of the number of the credits cards issued to the Bank’s clients for the period from January 01 to June 25, 2014, amounted to 68% in comparison with the same period of the last year. Citizens of Astana, Almaty and Pavlodar are among the most active credit cards’ users.
Dmitriy Yakovlev, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) JSC SO, said, “We plan to extend the range of services rendered by means of the Bank’s payment cards significantly. For example, our clients will be able to repay loans, replenish deposit or make VISA Direct transfers from
the Bank’s card to the card of any other Bank in the CIS. ”
The maximum sum of the credit limit under the credit cards of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) amounts to KZT 2 000 000. The card holder may withdraw cash and effect purchases at the expense of the credit limit. Herewith, one of the main advantages of this credit card is the grace period for repayment – up to 60 days.
The client has the opportunity to use the credit limit absolutely free-of-charge within the limits of the grace period without paying to the Bank any commission.
The credit cards of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) make it possible to withdraw cash and
to pay in the trading and service networks both in Kazakhstan and in any country of the world where Visa logo is present. Herewith, the Bank’s clients don’t waste time to exchange currency since money on the card account is conversed automatically.
VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) JSC SO – is 100% subsidiary Bank of the largest Russian VTB Bank OJSC. License of the Financial Supervision Agency of the RK No 1.1.259 dated 22.05.2009.
The Bank was assigned the international rating at “BB+”/Negative forecast by Standard & Poor’s Agency. The branch network of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) covers 17 cities and amounts to 24 sales points. VTB Bank and its subsidiaries form the international financial group which carries out its activities at Russian and foreign markets. VTB Group is above 30 banks and financial companies in 20 countries of the CIS, Europe, Asia and Africa. The major shareholder of VTB – Government of the Russian Federation (60,9%).