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"Mail Bank" in September will begin work in Chukotka under the agreement on VEF-2017 - EastRussia | Far East






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"Mail Bank" in September will begin work in Chukotka under the agreement on VEF-2017

The government of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug and PJSC "Pochta Bank" signed an agreement on social and economic cooperation signed by regional governor Roman Kopin and president and chairman of the bank Dmitry Rudenko on the margins of the Eastern Economic Forum (WEF-2017). This was announced on Wednesday by the press service of the Government of Chukotka.

"First of all, in addition to the traditional Sberbank and Rosleskhozbank, we have another financial institution. That is, there is a choice, but it's always good. The presence of the new bank will give access to new technologies, new infrastructure. Secondly, individuals and small enterprises can get new opportunities, for which the bank is aimed. The first branch will open already in 20 September in Anadyr. Cooperation with the "Post Bank" will allow to form a network in almost every locality in the region. That is, where there is a post office. This is our strategic goal, over which we will work in the near future, "the comment of the head of Chukotka is quoted in the message. Following the district capital, the appearance of the first points of the bank's presence is expected in Bilibio, Providenia, Egvekinot and the settlement of Ugolnye Kopi.

At the VEF-2017, which opened in Vladivostok on Wednesday, the authorities of Chukotka are planning to sign 10 agreements on the implementation of projects with a total investment volume of over 260 billion rubles. The projects involve the creation of about 7 thousand jobs.