EximBank is financing the Romanian Post with 30 Million Lei
Bucharest, January 15, 2018 – EximBank will ensure the necessary financing for the current activity of the National Company Romanian Post, the largest provider of postal services, following winning the tender organized by the company at the end of last year for contracting a loan amounting at 30 Million Lei for 24 months.
”By concluding this partnership between EximBank and the National Company Romanian Post, a strategic company that any important bank would like to work with we continue to consolidate our position on corporate banking market offering products and services that are not only highly qualitative but also very competitive in terms of costs. EximBank has the capacity to become the preferred financial partner of the business environment being ready to build up complex and attractive financial solutions for all Romanian companies that we expect to approach us in higher confidence”, said Traian Halalai, Executive President of EximBank.
The General Manager of Romanian Post, Elena Petraşcu, considers that by continuing the partnership with EximBank the company is generating a capital of trust and proves that has the necessary resources to follow the committed strategic lines.
“This is the third agreement signed during the last few years between Romanian Post and EximBank which translates this partnership in a tradition based on mutual trust and respect. Our company investment and revival plan is safe. With high quality banking products and services our partners and we may count on the necessary development resources. Romanian Post needs financial capital but also it needs trust and I am glad to find it invested by our partners and most by our clients. ”, declared Elena Petraşcu, General Manager of Romanian Post.
This is the third operational agreement that the national postal services provider is concluding with EximBank after the credit facility amounting at 100 Million Lei granted in 2013 for partial cover of the defaulted amounts from cash collection and the financing facility of 60 Million Lei granted in 2016 after EximBank won the tender organized by the National Company Romanian Post.