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 400,000 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.
Cooperation agreement is signed between ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK CJSC and Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Unity (NABU) of Germany, by which it is envisaged to protect the environment with joined forces, and create favourable conditions for the development of ecotourism in the Republic of Armenia.
Aiming at fostering online trade with cards, ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK CJSC has implemented a new modern security system of making payments via the internet with the cards Visa and MasterCard, protecting the payments of its customers with the most leading 3D Secure technology.
Staying true to its traditions, within the framework of Corporate Social Responsibility project, the Bank, together with the sculptor Hayk Tokmajyan, undertook the initiative of implementing another cultural program. Emphasizing the strengthening of Armenian-British relations and the contributions of the great British poet in the Armenian studies, ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK decided to make up for the lack of the monument of such a prominent figure. Though the bust of the great writer has been ready for several months and is mounted on the wall of ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK Head Office by the address 1 Byron str., the grand opening has been scheduled for January 22, the birthday of Lord George Gordon Byron.
The students, who were the cardholders of Visa Student cards, and those, who had transferred the tuition fee via “student loan”, provided by the bank, in the period from August 25 to December 19, participated in the raffle.