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September 28, 2021

EximBank revamps its internet site www.eximbank.ro

EximBank has revamped its internet site – www.eximbank.ro – which has a more dynamic design and helps users find details easier and faster on the products of the bank, due to a more efficient and compact structuring of information.

”We made these changes because we were convinced that we can develop only by always striving to meet the needs of our customers. Starting from this imperative, the new website www.eximbank.ro presents the bank’s solutions tailored to suit the various profiles of those who might be interested by our services, making it much easier to access the information and identify the areas where cooperation with EximBank might be profitable” said Oana Nuta, PR&Marketing Director of EximBank.

This is why the site features a quick access section, aimed at those users who know what they want, but are not familiar with the products and services provided by EximBank, she added. Users only have to choose the type of company they represent, or mention that they want to access EU funds, and the products available to them get displayed on screen.

In order to facilitate users’ access to information, FAQ sections have been added on www.eximbank.ro, for every category of products: financing, guaranteeing, insurance, accessing EU funds. Furthermore, quick access is possible to the Internet Banking account from every page of the site.

Fast access to information, at a time when online instruments are part of the day-to-day routine, has been granted not only to entrepreneurs, but also to the other partners of the bank. “For instance, we wish to grant journalists’ access to a comprehensive and updated data base, so they can stay informed about our latest initiatives,” Oana Nuta added.

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