Banca Intesa today brings its Visa cards users Apple Pay, a safer, more secure and private way to pay that helps customers avoid handing their payment card to someone else, touching physical buttons or exchanging cash — and uses the power of iPhone to protect every transaction.
On the occasion of marking the Day of Reconciliation in the First World War, Banca Intesa branches will not be open on Wednesday, November 11, 2020.
On the occasion of the Savings Week, which is traditionally celebrated in the first week of November, Banca Intesa, in cooperation with its parent group Intesa Sanpaolo and the Association of Serbian Banks, organized a knowledge quiz for visitors to the bank's online channel.
In order to contribute to the further development of the agricultural sector and further facilitate access to sources of financing for registered agricultural holdings, Banca Intesa has introduced a unique credit product on the Serbian market. EaSI Farmer Invest is a long-term dinar or indexed investment loan that the bank approves without a pledge or mortgage, with a maximally simplified realization process.
According to the latest report, in the first nine months of operations this year, Intesa Leasing was the number one in the market in terms of new loans, with a market share of over 20%.
A loan of up to €20 million by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to Banca Intesa Beograd will help businesses and municipalities in Serbia to cope with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
Banca Intesa and Visa offer a free e-commerce service for accepting Visa payment card payments to all micro and small companies that want to start an online business and offer their products and services to customers via the Internet.
Women-led businesses in Serbia will benefit from a new €8 million loan by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to Banca Intesa for on-lending to local small and medium-sized enterprises led by women.
In line with the Decision of the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) on temporary measures for banks for mitigating the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic with the aim of preserving the financial system, Banca Intesa will offer a new postponement of loan repayment (moratorium) to its customers. In this way, private individuals, farmers, entrepreneurs and legal entities will be enabled to put their loan obligations on hold over a further two months.