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.
Kamo Khachatryan, the inhabitant of Kamaris village at the western foot of Geghama mountains, has a reputation of a man of unbreakable will. He has overcome numerous challenges to become an exemplary figure for many people.
When collecting information about Karen Karapetyan I remembered the correspondence of late journalist Gohar Isakhanyan, prepared on the 26th of June, 2012, which said: “The only exemplary 7 ha olive garden in Armenia gives 10 tons of harvest. In the place of the dried vineyard 50-year-old Karen Karapetyan from Lehvaz has founded an olive garden with 3400 “Meliano” and “Askolona” olive trees brought from Spain…”
From now on the exclusive partner of American Express in Armenia ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK will issue American Express Gold and American Express Blue chip cards with contactless feature, which will be more comfortable and safe
The injured freedom fighter greatly needed serious medical treatment, which was quite expensive. That’s why Vahram Hovhannisyan borrows a certain amount of funds from ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK to leave for Germany. But the funds turn out not to be enough and he creates a farm with those funds.
In the frameworks of ‘‘Individual and professional project’’ subject five groups of 3rd year Management, Finance and Marketing faculty students of the French University of Armenia visited ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK