Holding a current account with ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK CJSC, you will have the opportunity to manage your funds efficiently and securely, as well as send and receive profitable transfers on the territory of Armenia and worldwide.
In case of conversion of more than USD 25,000 or equal currency the transaction is carried out on a contractual basis, at the Bank's discretion and at the rate specified by the Bank. An amount of 100,000 AMD (inclusive) or equivalent foreign exchange transactions is required to submit an ID. There are no commission fees for conversion transactions. Damaged USD and EUR banknotes as well as USD banknotes 1995 issuance are subject to a 3% commission. Banknotes with a face value of 500 Euros are not accepted by the Bank, converted or replaced.
ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK continues the series of the free of charge business trainings for SME representatives in regions. Another two-day business training took place in Gyumri and included the newly-installed topics - “Hotel services marketing”, “Customer care”.
After reconstruction, Noyemberyan community sports school again opened its doors to approximately 150 pupils in nine border communities. There is nothing left from the former unpleasant condition. By the joint efforts of the Stepan Gishyan Charity Foundation and Noyemberyan Community Municipality, the roof of the sports school was renovated, the windows were changed, interior redesign was done.
On the occasion of Independence Day of the Republic of Armenia ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK CJSC Chief Executive Officer Hakob Andreasyan was awarded with the Anania Shirakatsi Medal by RA President Serzh Sargsyan for the contribution to the development of the economy.
RA Minister of Agriculture Ignati Arakelyan, Chief Executive Officer of "ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK" CJSC Hakob Andreasyan and Acting Director of the “Rural Areas Economic Development Programmes Implementation Unit” (RAED PIU) State Agency of RA Government Staff Vahe Harutyunyan today signed a memorandum for cooperation in the program of providing subsidized loans to agricultural sector.
The union of French-Armenian doctors implemented the “Glasses for Armenia” charity healthcare project in Shirak region with the support of ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE bank. This year UMAF doctors implemented their activities in 32 communities of Shirak region. In the frameworks of the first step of the project around 6000 children were examined, and 450 of them turned out to have problems with vision.
ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK will start to allocate non-documental coupon bonds with the total volume of 5 MM USD, with 5,5% annual percentage yield starting from August 18, 2017 with 30 months circulation period. The nominal value of one bond will comprise 100 USD.