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21.4.2010 - Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje is decreasing the interest rates for the third time this year


Following the signals of the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia, which lowered the interest rate on the treasury bills, Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje decided for the third time this year to lower the loan and deposit interest rates, as follows:

 

  • Decrease to 1 percentage point of the interest rates for legal entities for all existing denar loans approved as from 01.05.2009, as well as all newly approved loans to legal entities. The interest rates on the existing loans to legal entities approved up to the stated date shall be decreased for 0.5 percentage points as for the loans secured by a first rank mortgage of minimum 120%, which were decreased at the beginning of the year.

    This decrease shall be applied as from 01.05.2010.
  • Decrease of the interest rates on loans to individuals from 0.5 to 1 percentage point, depending on the type of the credit product, as follows: consumer loans approved after 16.05.2009 for 0.5 percentage points, denar housing and mortgage loans without specified purposes for 0.5 percentage points, car loans secured by guarantors or pledge of vehicle for 0.5 percentage points, car loans secured by mortgage on real estate for 1 percentage point and tourist loans for 1 percentage point.

    This decrease shall be applied as from 16.05.2010.

 

As from 01.05.2010 the Bank shall lower interest rates on the balance on current accounts for 0.2 percentage points, on the denar demand savings deposits for 0.3 percentage points, on the time deposits from 0.7 to 1.2 percentage points, on the FX demand savings deposits in EUR for 0.2 percentage points and on the FX time savings deposits in EUR from 0.1 to 0.3 percentage points. The interest rates on time deposits of legal entities shall be lowered accordingly.

 

Banks would be more stimulated to decrease the interest rates on loans if the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia decreased the rate of the mandatory reserve.






17.10.2014 - Solidarity is responsibility of all employees


16 October - the World Food/End Hunger Day was filled by the employees of Komercijalna Banka with many activities, donations and a wish to help to as many citizens as possible.   

 

Apart from the activities organized in the Bank’s Head Office in Skopje, solidarity and strong responsibility towards citizens from their city was also shown employees in all branches and city-branches throughout the country.

 

Part of the employees in Kumanovo, Gevgelija and Prilep joined their funds and bought necessary consumables and other food, and in cooperation with the Municipality centers for social work donated them to the families that needed these products due to their bad financial, social and health condition. Employees from Strumica organized donation of food that was given to the Organization of women from Strumica, which distributed the food to the most vulnerable families. Employees from Kavadarci, Negotino, Stip, Vinica, Delcevo, Bitola and Tetovo gave the donation to the Organization of Red Cross of RM, while the branch in Ohrid by donation of funds on the gyro account of the Red Cross joined the campaign “Pomislete na nas” (Think of us), which was carried out in all municipality organizations. Employees from Gostivar and Veles have their own tradition in donating – in Gostivar the donation is organized for the holiday of Bayram or in cooperation with clients that do not take their interest and donate it to the socially vulnerable families, schools etc., while in Veles, the employees every year give their donation to the Soup Kitchen in Veles.

 

If we think that the percentage of poverty in Macedonia is almost 30%, or that one third of population is on the edge of the poverty, then, expressing solidarity with this category of citizens is responsibility to all of us.

 

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17.10.2014 – Komercijalna Banka’s activities for the World Food/End Hunger Day


Employees of Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje, in cooperation with the Macedonian Anti-Poverty Platform, composed of 91 non-government organizations, donated food for many socially disadvantaged families.

 

The food donation carried out by the employees of Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje, in Skopje and throughout the country resulted in many collected food packages. The donation of Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje is intended for many socially disadvantaged families of various nationality from Skopje, berovo, resen, Strumica, Veles, Bitola, Delcevo etc. Part of the families are beneficiaries of social assistance, however, a part of the families had lost the social assistance because of late delivery of documents, due to lack of money. All members of the families are unemployed, with at least 5 members of the families, living in humiliating conditions without water, electricity, and their children are not included in the education system.

Similar activities were performed by the employees of the Bank’s branches and city-branches throughout the country where the food donation was delivered to the Red Cross organizations of RM, the social work centers, soup kitchens and women organizations to divide to the ones that need it the most.

 

Employees of Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje have been supporting such events for many years helping the vulnerable group of population to realize their rights for dignified life, hopping to improve the every day life to at least of a small group of these citizens.

 

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30.09.2014 - Komercijalna Banka in the top 100 banks in SEE


The independent worldwide provider of business news and market intelligence – SeeNews (www.seenews.com) announced the top companies in Southeast Europe. Komercijalna Banka is among the top 100 best ranked banks.

 

Macedonian banks were ranked in SEE top 100 banks, where on the list of top banks from 10 countries Komercijalna Banka took the 54 place.

 

The total 1200 companies ranked were from Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia. SEE TOP 100 has ranked the largest companies in the Southeast Europe according to the total income for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2013. Macedonia had only one representative among the TOP SEE 100 companies and that is the Company Johnson Matthey, which is ranked at 62 position.

 

All data is sourced from national commercial registers, stock exchanges, government and corporate websites, industry regulators and companies themselves.







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