Banks
2018-08-17 15:42:10 VTB Bank (Armenia) upgrades Mobile and Internet Banking services
VTB Bank (Armenia) upgrades Mobile and Internet Banking servicesVTB Bank (Armenia) said it has upgraded the Mobile and Internet Banking services, which enable customers to perform various financial transactions at any convenient time and from any convenient location with access to the Internet via a computer or mobile device in 24/7 mode
2018-08-17 11:34:31 Unibank offers affordable mortgage loan with prepayment starting from 0%
Unibank offers affordable mortgage loan with prepayment starting from 0%On Paruyr Sevak Street in Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia, there has risen a pretty new building with comfortable flats- a high-rise block of flats №51/2
2018-08-16 12:02:28 Eurasian Development Bank ready to expand operations in Armenia
Eurasian Development Bank ready to expand operations in ArmeniaArmenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan received today the Chairman of the Board of the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) Andrei Belyaninov, the government press office said
2018-08-16 12:01:14 Unistream launches personal cabinet for online customers
Unistream launches personal cabinet for online customersUNISTREAM online money transfer service has become even more convenient for users as now every client can use his/her personal cabinet on the unistream.ru website to view information about online money transfers they made and track the status of the current transfer
2018-08-15 15:54:22 VTB Bank (Armenia) offers maximized terms for deposits in Armenian drams
VTB Bank (Armenia) offers maximized terms for deposits in Armenian dramsTo maximize the terms and increase the profitability of its depositors, VTB Bank (Armenia) has raised interest rates on deposits in Armenia’s national currency, the dram, to 10% placed at least for a period of 12 months, the Russian-owned bank said in a news release today
2018-08-14 18:01:13 Armenian central bank leaves refinancing rate unchanged
Armenian central bank leaves refinancing rate unchangedArmenia’s Central Bank decided today to leave its key refinancing rate unchanged at 6%, saying that 1.2% deflation registered in July this year was down from 2.6% deflation registered for the same month last year