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Information about Banks Operating in Cyprus can be found at the Central Bank of Cyprus website. You may then contact or visit branches of Banks to acquire information opening accounts, receiving loans, etc. A list of investment and ancillary services offered by each bank is available at the following link: http://www.centralbank.gov.cy/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=10828
Banking sector In order to promote a strong and competitive financial sector and to increase public confidence in the banking sector, by providing public access to relevant bank activity information, the National Bank of Moldova has concluded agreements with licensed banks to publish information on the banking sector as a whole and on banks separately. List of authorized banks of the Republic of Moldova: Banca Comercială „COMERȚBANK”...
Like at home.. Banking in Serbia is regulated by the central bank - the National Bank of Serbia. Out the total of 29 commercial banks, providing a wide array of banking services, 21 are in majority foreign ownership. Banks in Serbia are independent in their pursuit of profit-oriented business activities based on the principles of solvency, profitability and liquidity. Every-day payment transactions are,...
There is no shortage of banks to choose from in Belgium. You are therefore sure to find a bank that will suit you – it might even be a branch of your current bank in your home country. To open a current account (compte à vue/zichtrekening), you need either an ID card (if you are an EU citizen) or a passport as proof of identity and also proof of your address in Belgium (Belgian residence permit or Annexe 15 document issued by the town hall) or...
Currency Romanian currency is called LEU (code RON) and it is divided in 100 bani. Recently, a currency reform took place, changing the former leu (ROL) into a new leu (RON). Coins in circulation are: 1 ban, 5 bani, 10 bani and 50 bani. Banknotes in circulation have the following denomination: 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 200, 500 lei. For more detalies please acces Coins...
If you are planning to reside in Malta for the purpose of working or conducting research, you will need to consider opening a bank account. There are a number of banks in Malta that will provide you with efficient services and assistance. The following is a short list of the main banks that you may wish to look into: BOV HSBC APS BANIF
Banking sector In order to promote a strong and competitive financial sector and to increase public confidence in the banking sector, by providing public access to relevant bank activity information, the National Bank of Moldova has concluded agreements with licensed banks to publish information on the banking sector as a whole and on banks separately. List of authorized banks of the Republic of Moldova: Banca Comerciala „...
When living in Portugal, you will need a bank account to receive your salary, pay your bills, etc... Before doing it, please contact your Mobility Center or Local Contact Point to get assistance. Some Universities might have special agreements with specific banks. The list of banks operating in Portugal The list of Credit Institutions and Financial Companies in Portugal (Currency Exchange Bureau "Agências de Câmbio", Banks "Bancos", etc...)...
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