UniBank begins to accept utility bills

UniBank begins to accept utility bills
# 05 December 2008 10:23 (UTC +04:00)
Baku. Elnur Huseynguluyev – APA-Economics. UniBank has begun to accept the electricity, gas and water bills at its six branches in Baku, namely, the Central and Ajemi branches, and the branches No. 8 (the 8th micro-district), No.10 (Ahmedli), No.11 (Khatai) and No.7 (next to the Central Branch).
The bank said three more branches in Baku will soon begin to accept bills.
Overall, the bank plans to begin to collect the utility bills at all the branches of the bank including the provincial ones in January next year.
Unibank does not charge any commission for the collection of bills.
As at October 1, UniBank’s assets at AZN 467.235 million, loan portfolio at AZN 347.932 million, deposit portfolio at AZN 111.902 million, total capital at AZN 64.129 million and share capital at AZN 15 million.
UniBank is owned by the EBRD (15.15%), DEG Investment Corporation (8.33%), legal entities (0.9%) and individuals (75.62%).
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