Acknowledging the gravity of the situation facing the Serbian healthcare system during the coronavirus epidemic, Banca Intesa has donated RSD 10 million to the National Health Insurance Fund for the procurement of necessary medical equipment and supplies, providing contribution to the efforts made by the state to bolster the capacity of healthcare institutions during the state of emergency in the country.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Serbia will benefit from better access to finance thanks to a €15 million EBRD loan to Banca Intesa Belgrade for on-lending to private businesses.
Banca Intesa, in cooperation with Laguna publisher, organized an event for children at its branch at 9 Bore Stankovića Street in Vračar, featuring Uroš Petrović, one of the most popular contemporary writers of literature for children and youth.
During New Year holidays and Christmas, Banca Intesa branch offices will not be working on January 1, 2 and 7, 2020 and will be open until 3 pm and 5 pm on December 31, 2019 and January 6, 2020.
As a part of the Intesa Farmer 2019 project, Banca Intesa awarded the most successful agricultural producers, in three categories: Intesa Farmer of the Year, Intesa Farmer Innovator and Intesa Young Farmer.
In cooperation with several civil society organizations, Banca Intesa organized the first humanitarian New Year Bazaar during which bank employees collected around RSD 250,000 for humanitarian purposes
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management launched a loan portfolio guarantee with Banca Intesa,
Winners of the "Start dancing in the rhythm of the UEFA Champions League. Start something priceless™" prize competition announced
Banca Intesa has announced the winners of the “Start dancing in the rhythm of the UEFA Champions League. Start something priceless™” prize competition who will be able to enjoy in this unique football spectacle and have an unforgettable experience.
A two-day business mission of a delegation of over 30 Italian companies from the small and medium enterprise sector began in Belgrade today: this business mission was organized and coordinated by the Italian industry association Confindustria, in cooperation with its Serbian subsidiary Confindustria Serbia, with the support of Banca Intesa. The delegation was led by Group Vice President for SME of Italian Confindustria Cinzia la Rosa.