VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) reduces tariffs for annual servicingof payment card Visa Platinum

01.04.2015 VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) has reduced the tariff for annual servicing of international payment card Visa Platinum by 50%. Now, the cost of the first year of servicingamounts to 25000 tenge.The offer with reduced tariff will be valid until April 30, 2015.

Dmitry Yakovlev, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Subsidiary JSC VTB Bank (Kazakhstan): «Payment cards Visa Platinum combines offers for the most demanding customers - from simple financial instrument to the range of unique advantages. Reducing the tariff for annual servicing, we want more Kazakhstanis to have access to privileges of this card, such as, for example, premium offers and discounts from the best companies, help and support around the world, insurance of purchases and extended guarantee for purchased goods».

Today VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) emits three types of premium cards: Visa Gold, Visa Platinum and Visa Infinite. Holders of these cards have access to services of Global Customer Assistance (emergency cash withdrawal, card replacement, information support worldwide 24/7), medical and legal referral services, discounts and other offers of commercial enterprises around the world.

Visa Platinum card is accepted by millions of points worldwide, in particular by global network of Visa ATMs which has 1,9 million points.

Detailed information on discounts and offers is on the web-site www.visa.com.

For reference:
SO JCS VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) - is 100% subsidiary Bank of the largest Russian OJSC VTB Bank.
License of the NB of the RK No. 1.2.14/39 dated 23.12.2014.
The Bank was assigned international rating at the «BB+» / «Negative» forecast level from Standard & Poor’s Agency.
VTB Bank and its subsidiaries form international financial group which conducts its activities in 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 shareholder of VTB – is the Government of the Russian Federation (60,9%).