A new office of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) of “easy” format without cash service was opened in one of the largest cities of Kazakhstan – Shymkent. Department of new format is located at: 28, Ryskulov Str.
In new office the clients will be able to obtain the information about the products and services of the Bank, to choose the optimum conditions on credit programs individually, to hold a range of financial operations by means of ATM with the function of cash acceptance and issue.
Dmitriy Yakovlev, Deputy Chairman of the Board – Member of the Board of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) JSC SO, noted, “Strategy of the Bank’s development contemplates step-by-step development of departments’ network in all cities of presence. We are extending our network of sales and aim to be closer to our clients. Besides, opening of new offices of the Bank promotes creation of additional workplaces and increase of the economic activity in the regions.”
Adlet Temirkhanov, Director of Shymkent Branch of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) JSC SO, noted, “Market representation of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) will make it possible to increase work efficiency and to become closer to our clients. I am sure that the professionals’ team of new office of the Bank Branch will offer the products and services that meet the needs of each client.”
Head of the Bank Branch has also reported on change of the address of Shymkent Branch of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan). New office of the Branch is located at: 31, Kunayev Str.
VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) JSC SO is 100% subsidiary Bank of the largest Russian VTB Bank OJSC.
The License of the National Bank of the RK No 1.2.14/39 dated 06.10.2014.
The Bank was assigned the international rating at BB+/Negative outlook by the Standard & Poor’s Agency.
VTB Bank and its subsidiaries form the international financial group keeping its activities at Russian and foreign markets. VTB Group consists of more than 30 banks and financial companies in 20 countries of the CIS, Europe, Asia and Africa. The major shareholders of VTB is the Government of the Russian Federation (60,9%).