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UniCredit Bank, best Cash Management bank in Romania 2015

UniCredit Bank has been designated the “Best Cash Management Bank” in Romania by the 2015 Euromoney Cash Management survey in which clients of all local market banks took part.
Conducted at global level and considered to be a barometer for the quality of services in the banking and capital markets domain, the “2015 Euromoney Cash Management Survey” had spectacular results in what concerns the way in which UniCredit Group is perceived, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe. Thus, UniCredit was declared the number one Cash Management bank in 7 CEE countries in which the group is present –Romania, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Turkey, Slovenia, Serbia – and in Austria, based on the opinions transmitted by the representatives of 27,000 international companies.

“We are proud and honoured by this award, which reconfirms the care we offer to our clients. This recognition concerns the Cash Management services area, but also the permanent efforts of UniCredit Bank’s team. We thank our clients for the confidence they have in us, their continuous feedback helping us offer high-performing solutions adapted to real business needs in the Cash Management area,” stated Maria Gheorghiu, Head of UniCredit Bank’s Cash Management.

For UniCredit Romania the result marks an important evolution compared to 2014, and is due to the joint team effort and the quality of UniCredit Bank services.
UniCredit Bank is a member of UniCredit, the European financial group that has the widest presence in Central and Eastern Europe and one of the most significant presences in Europe. UniCredit Bank is a “one-stop-shop” for financial services, having over 560,000 clients. The Group is present in Romania through: UniCredit Bank, UniCredit Consumer Financing, UniCredit Leasing Corporation, UniCredit Insurance Broker, UniCredit Leasing Fleet Management, UCTAm, Pioneer Asset Management and UniCredit Business Integrated Solutions.

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