Conversebank reopens renovated branch in Charentsavan

15.10.2013 19:18
Conversebank reopens renovated branch in Charentsavan

YEREVAN, October 15. / ARKA /. Armenian Conversebank has reopened today a renovated branch in the town of Chrentsavan in central Kotayk province.

"The number one priority for all our branches is to provide high quality services,” the first deputy executive director of the bank Arthur Hakobyan was quoted as saying in a press release. He also said the bank plans to renovate the rest of regional branches by the end of 2014 and bring them in line with the common corporate style.

The renovated branch in Charentsevan is designed to provide modern banking services. Conversebank recalled that earlier it had renovated its branch in the town of Abovyan.

Converse Bank is owned by Argentinean Armenian businessman Eduardo Eurnekyan (95 percent) and by the Armenian Apostolic Church (5 percent). -0-


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