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18.8.2011 - Activities of Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje


Children at the ZOO

 

Today, Suto Orizari Day Care Centre for Children on the Streets, having 80 dependents, in cooperation with the Social Responsibility Coordinative Body of Komercijalna Banka and “Berovo Trans” DOO Berovo, which provided the transportation for the children, and supported by a group of volunteers from the Bank and their children, have organized and realized a visit to the ZOO in Skopje. They were met and welcomed by Aleksandar and his senior colleagues – volunteers at the ZOO who are explaining the visitors the characteristics of the powerful and beautiful animals and how they take care for the order in the ZOO and the animals’ needs.

The children from the streets had, for the first time, participated in an organized visit to the ZOO, and the children of the Bank’s volunteers had, for the first time too, met and accompanied their fellows from the Centre. While having the sightseeing in a joyful and relaxed atmosphere, they were answering Aleksandar’s questions: What do monkeys eat? How does a crocodile give birth? Some of the children were responding with uncertainty, and those who were certain in their answers spoke them loud. They paid great attention to the explanations from their guide. Latter on, they had snack together, got presents from the Bank’s volunteers, took pictures and said goodbye. To the next event.

 

This was second event organized by the employees of Komercijalna Banka and the Day Care Centre for Children on the Streets. The problems the Centre is faced with from the educational and financial aspects shall be lessened if sharing the care and good thought.

 

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17.08.2016 - The clients of Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje hit by the floods shall be released from payment of fees and commissions


The management of Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje made decision to release its clients that suffered recent floods from payment of fees and commissions according to the Bank’s Tariff.
 

The clients from the areas hit by the disastrous floods shall be released from payment of the following fees and commissions:

-       for issuance of transcript of signatory card for transaction account;

-       for reissuance of lost, stolen or physically damaged debit and credit card;

-       for reissuance of PIN code;

-       for reporting denar and FX savings passbook (account) as null and void.

 

In order to be approved the above mentioned releases, the clients have to identify themselves by an appropriate document evidencing their permanent residence within the areas hit by the floods on 06.08.2016.

 

This shall be applied until 31.12.2016.

 

Furthermore, Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje donated MKD 2 million so far on the account of the Red Cross of the Republic of Macedonia, 25000 liters drinking water, and the Bank’s staff organized activities to help the victims and provided packages of tinned food, baby food and diapers, drinking water, hygiene means, disinfection means and other means needed for mitigation of the current conditions. The Bank’s staff also participates in voluntary activities for management of the consequences from the disastrous floods.




09.08.2016 – Aid for the citizens from the flooded region


Management and employees of Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje sympathize with relatives and friends of all deceased in the storm that hit some Skopje areas and express their deep condolence for all the people that had lost their lives and homes. At the moment, there are no words that could mitigate the sorrow.

 

Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje paid MKD 2,000,000.00 on the humanitarian gyro account of the Red Cross of the Republic of Macedonian as aid for the citizens hit by the flood.

 

For tomorrow the Bank shall organize delivery of 25.000 liters drinking water. The Bank shall also organize action to give packages of canned food, baby food and diapers, drinking water, hygienic products, disinfection products and other supplies necessary to mitigate the situation.







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