Eurobank

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Eurobank

A bank that regularly accepts foreign currency-denominated deposits and makes foreign currency loans.

Eurobank

1. A bank that regularly or primarily accepts deposits in currencies other than the one used in the country where the bank is located. Eurobanks also make loans primarily in different currencies. See also: Eurocurrency.

2. See: EuroBancshares, Inc.
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Where the security is in the form of a cash deposit, it should be transferred to a bank account in lev - "First Investment Bank", IBAN BG10FINV915010BGN05J05, BIC FINVBGSF or euro bank account - "BNP Paribas" - Sofia branch, IBAN BG40BNPA94401420015010, BIC BNPABGSX.
Yapi Kredi, Euro Bank, Axis Bank as well as other leading global financial organizations.
By integrating SEPA Direct Debit in PW Local, international businesses will now be able to effortlessly handle all euro bank transfer payments within the SEPA zone.
The Greek central bank should no longer electronically produce any new euros or issue euro bank notes, noted Sinn.
We`re finding it very difficult to find extreme value in the mainstream markets," Ross told CNBC on Friday, adding "we`ve moved into Greece, into Euro Bank, and now into Bank of Cyprus.
51 billion euro bank loans while the most attractive loans were the consumption loans and the housing loans.
In order to provide the necessary financial means to intervene in problem banks, a EUR 55 billionn Euro Bank Resolution Fund will be established over the next eight years through government contributions and bank levies.
The proposal suggests that the cost of closing down a euro bank be fully borne by the home country in the initial stages.
They eventually left with a phone, some jewellery and a number of Sterling and Euro bank notes.
Preserving the value of bank deposits is also a recognition that whilst an exiting government can legitimately redenominate domestic contracts, euro bank deposits are ultimately a claim on the ECB, not on national governments.
Preserving the value of bank deposits is also a recognition that while an exiting government can legitimately redenominate domestic contracts, euro bank deposits are ultimately a claim on the ECB, not on national governments.
Yields on Spanish 10-year debt are hitting new euro-era highs only days after European finance ministers signed off on the country's 100 billion euro bank bailout.