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December 7, 2022

tbi bank signs an agreement with Christian Tour to help Romanians pay for their holidays in interest-free installments

Romanians like to go on holiday often, but the related costs might become a challenge this year and moving forward amid the general rise in prices. To support Romanians in the current economic context, tbi bank has launched a BNPL (Buy Now, Pay Later) financing solution that allows them to pay for their holidays purchased from Christian Tour, one of the largest tour operators in Romania.

This collaboration involves financing tourist packages offered in all 39 locations of Christian Tour. Financing can be obtained 100% online and remotely, thus increasing the efficiency and speed of the process. tbi’s solutions allow people to quickly cover the full holiday cost, in affordable and fixed monthly installments.

“Holidays are an opportunity to relax and have a good time, and Romanians love to take time off and travel to recharge their batteries. However, when costs exceed a certain level, people tend to postpone planning the holiday and give up their need for relaxation. That’s why we’re offering the Romanians the chance to buy the package they want now and pay it later in monthly installments”, said Ionut Sabadac, VP Merchant Solutions, tbi.


About tbi bank


tbi bank is a Southeast Europe Challenger Bank and BNPL leader in the region focusing on consumers, merchants, and SMEs by providing financing and additional embedded services through a wide network of ‘phygital’ channels and platforms. Currently operates in Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Germany, and Lithuania. Through various digital channels, an own network of 300+ physical locations and trusted partnerships with nearly 18,000 merchant locations, tbi has a customer portfolio of 2 million clients in 2021 and issued nearly 500,000 loans. Its successful business model and customer-focused approach resulted in becoming one of Southeast Europe’s most profitable and efficient banks.

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