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New Banking Services Office

12.07.2006 / Press-service

Bank TuranAlem made a contribution to celebration of City Day of capital of Kazakhstan. New banking services centre (BSC) was opened in a new administrative centre of the capital.

New centre was opened by Deputy Director of Administration Department of "Astana – new city" special economic zone, Maiken Azenov and Member of the Board, Bakhyt Otarbekov.

"BSC "Baiterek" is the first one on the left riverside. We are starting to get accustomed banking offices in new administrative centre of the capital" – says Maiken Azenov, pointing out the necessity and use the centre for citizens and guest of Astana.Ambassador of Azerbaijan, Latif Gandilov and Ambassador of Georgia, Zurab Shurgaiya, became the first clients of "Baiterek".

New BSC, a mini-bank in essence, as Bank TuranAlem in general, realizes principles of reliability and high-quality customer service. "Baiterek" complies with international requirements and offers high-quality services, in demand among citizens of Astana, to individual and corporate clients.
Accounts, paycards, money transfers to cities of Kazakhstan and the world can be arranged here. Centre’s managers, ready and competent, will consult potential and present clients about any questions, including crediting terms and procedure.

New "Baiterek" BSC is the 7th office of Bank TuranAlem in the capital.

JSC "Bank TuranAlem" – the system-making bank of Kazakhstan, the leader in creation of banking network on the territory of CIS. Bank’s assets exceed $9.9 billion; equity capital exceeds $1.6 billion. In Kazakhstan the Bank confidently holds the leading position among the second-tier banks in the field of trade financing, SME loans and mortgage lending. Bank’s development strategy includes geographical diversification and the expansion of the range of provided services, as well as stable dynamic growth.