Credit Dnepr Bank took part in the First Financial Fair for small and medium-sized businesses. Event organizers - the German-Ukrainian Foundation - have created a unique platform that offers more opportunities for SME representatives to receive affordable funding, as well as expert advice on maintaining and developing their own business.
According to financiers, for Bank Dnipro, support for small and medium-sized businesses is one of the key areas of activity, therefore participation in such events is a good opportunity to demonstrate to domestic producers in the future that, despite the still existing economic instability in the country, today they can get high-quality support of financial partner in the part of lending, and in the part of full support of all business processes.
"We believe in our manufacturer and are convinced that in many respects the future of the Ukrainian economy depends on the development of the very segment of the SME. For our bank, work with small companies has become one of the main areas of activity. As a result of last year, we increased the base of these clients by 40%, as well as the number of salary card projects (also almost 40%), - says Andriy Melnyk, head of sales of small and medium-sized businesses of Bank Credit Dnepr. - And today we offer business clients full support and assistance in the development of their business, from maintenance of accounts and favorable and comfortable services for salary projects, to realization of more conditions for increasing the company's funds and conclusion of foreign economic agreements. We provide our clients with currency consulting and the possibility of transferring documents to the bank electronically without the need to provide paper copies. We are also constantly working on the improvement of credit products. "
So, recently, the bank has improved the terms of a convenient credit offer for business - "Simple overdraft" - by increasing the limits to 1 million UAH and extending the term of continuous use up to 60 days, as well as lowering the interest rate.