Ziraat Bank, which has been operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina for 26 years, has opened new branches in the cities of Mostar and Široki Brijeg in the south of the country.
Ziraat, which started operations in 1997 immediately after the war in 1992-1995 in Bosnia and Herzegovina and became the first bank in the country with foreign capital, added new branches in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bulent Swer, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ziraat Bank of BiH, who participated in the opening of the branch, mentioned that they have had branches in Mostar for many years, and said that Ziraat Bank wants to increase its effectiveness here with the opening of the new branch in Mostar’s Rundu Square.
Referring to the need to increase the volume of foreign trade between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sawyer said he is very pleased that Ziraat Bank, which has been operating in Turkey for 160 years, is transferring its experience to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The branch was opened in Široki Brijeg and is the first branch of Ziraat Bank in Western Herzegovina Canton. Nikica Bingo, one of the branch representatives, expressed her happiness that Ziraat Bank, which has been operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina for many years, has finally expressed her happiness. They reached their city.
The inauguration in Mostar and Široki Brijeg was attended by Mayor of Mostar Mario Kordić, Mayor of Śiroki Prijeg Miro Kraljević and Mayor of Mostar City Council Salim Marek.
With today’s opening, the number of Ziraat Bank branches in BiH has reportedly increased to 34.
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