List of Banks in Maldova

 

Moldova, officially the Republic of Moldova (Moldovan and Romanian: Republica Moldova pronounced [reˈpublika molˈdova]) is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, located between Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east and south. It declared itself an independent state with the same boundaries as the preceding Moldovan SSR in 1991, as part of the dissolution of the Soviet Union. A strip of Moldova's internationally recognized territory on the east bank of the river Dniester has been under the de facto control of the breakaway government of Transnistria since 1990.

The country is a parliamentary republic and democracy with a president as head of state and a prime minister as head of government. Moldova is a member state of the United Nations, Council of Europe, WTO, OSCE, GUAM, CIS, BSEC and other international organizations. Moldova currently aspires to join the European Union, and has implemented the first three-year Action Plan within the framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP).
 

 

List of authorized banks of the Republic of Moldova

Banca Comerciala "COMERTBANK" S.A.
BANCA COMERCIALA "BANCA SOCIALA" S.A.
Banca Comerciala "VICTORIABANK" S.A.
Banca Comerciala "MOLDOVA - AGROINDBANK" S.A.
Banca Comerciala "Moldindconbank" S.A.
Societatea pe Actiuni Banca de Economii
Banca Comerciala "EuroCreditBank" S.A.
Banca Comerciala "UNIBANK" S.A.
"Banca de Finante si Comert" S.A.
Banca Comerciala "Universalbank" S.A.
Banca Comerciala "ENERGBANK" S.A.
Banca Comerciala "ProCredit Bank" S.A.
Banca Comerciala Romana Chisinau S.A.
Joint Stock Commercial Bank "EXIMBANK - Gruppo Veneto Banca"
Commercial Bank "MOBIASBANCA - Groupe Societe Generale" S.A.
 

Swift codelist Banks in Maldova

 

Bank name Banca Comerciala "COMERTBANK" S.A.
(B.C. „COMERTBANK” S.A.)
President Serghei Cartasov
Vice President Marina Kaliseeva, Alexandru RADU
Phone 839839
Fax 839840
Telex 163145 TRADE MD
SWIFT CMTB MD 2X
E-Mail secretary@comertbank.md
WWW http://www.comertbank.md
Address 1/1, Independentei Street, Chisinau, MD-2043, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 11.09.1991

 
Bank name BANCA COMERCIALA "BANCA SOCIALA" S.A.
(BC "BANCA SOCIALA" S.A.)
President Vladimir Suetnov
Vice President Aglaia Crivceanschi, Liudmila Matveeva, Ivan Crivceanschi
Phone 22-14-94, 22-14-81
Fax 22-42-30
Telex 163265 BANSO MD
SWIFT BSOC MD 2X
E-Mail office@socbank.md
WWW http://www.socbank.md
Address 61, Mitropolit G. Banulescu-Bodoni Street, Chisinau, MD-2005, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 11.09.1991

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala "VICTORIABANK" S.A.
(B.C. "VICTORIABANK" S.A.)
President Natalia Politov-Cangas
Vice President Ludmila Vangheli, Corneliu Ghimpu
Phone 57-61-00
Fax 23-45-33
Telex 163188 BCAVMD
SWIFT VICB MD 2X
E-Mail office@victoriabank.md
WWW http://www.victoriabank.md
Address 141, 31 August 1989 Street, Chisinau, MD-2004,Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 12.09.1991

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala "MOLDOVA - AGROINDBANK" S.A.
(BC "MOLDOVA - AGROINDBANK" S.A.)
President Natalia Vrabie
Vice President Ana Gheorghiu, Larisa Rudeva, Serghei Cebotari, Marcel Teleuca
Phone 22-27-70, 24-46-49
Fax 22-80-58
Telex 163263 AGRO MD
SWIFT AGRN MD 2X
E-Mail aib@maib.md
WWW http://www.maib.md
Address 9, Cosmonautilor Street, Chisinau, MD-2006, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 12.09.1991

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala "Moldindconbank" S.A.
(BC "Moldindconbank" S.A.)
President Svetlana Banari
Vice President Alexandru Sveriniuc, Vitalie Groza
Phone 57-67-82, 57-69-21
Fax 27-91-95
Telex 163228 Incon MD
SWIFT MOLD MD 2X
E-Mail info@moldindconbank.com
WWW http://www.moldindconbank.com/
Address 38, Armeneasca Street, Chisinau, MD-2012, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 15.11.1991

 
Bank name Societatea pe Actiuni Banca de Economii
(Banca de Economii S.A.)
President Grigore Gacikevici
Vice President Victor Domenti, Ana Vitiu
Phone 21-80-05
Fax 21-80-06
Telex 163275 BECO MD
SWIFT BECO MD 2X
E-Mail bem@bem.md
WWW http://www.bem.md/
Address 115, Columna Street, Chisinau, MD-2012, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 08.04.1992

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala "EuroCreditBank" S.A.
(BC "EuroCreditBank" S.A.)
President Aureliu Cincilei
Vice President Dumitru Lupan, Oleg Holban
Phone 50-01-01, 50-02-22
Fax 54-88-27
Telex 163278 ECBMD MD
SWIFT ECBMMD2X
E-Mail info@ecb.md
WWW http://www.ecb.md
Address 33, Ismail Street, Chisinau, MD-2001, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 30.09.1992

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala "UNIBANK" S.A.
(B.C. "UNIBANK" S.A.)
President Dumitru Tugulschi
Vice President Victoria Hvorostovscaia
Phone 25-38-01
Fax 22-05-30
Telex 163260 UNIP MD
SWIFT JSCUMD2X
E-Mail welcome@UNIBANK.MD
WWW http://www.unibank.md
Address 45, Banulescu Bodoni Street, Chisinau, MD-2012, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 19.01.1993

 
Bank name "Banca de Finante si Comert" S.A.
("FinComBank" S.A.)
President Victor Hvorostovschii
Vice President Iurie Salamaha, Larisa Rudenco
Phone 26-99-00
Fax 23-73-08
Telex 163294BFCMD
SWIFT FTMD MD 2X
E-Mail fincom@fincombank.com
WWW http://www.fincombank.com/
Address 26, Puskin A. Street, Chisinau, MD-2012, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 01.07.1993

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala "Universalbank" S.A.
(B.C. "Universalbank" S.A.)
President Irina Drozd
Vice President Oxana Demidevschi (president at interim), Alexandru SPAC, Eugenia Radu
Phone 26-97-00
Fax 26-96-99
Telex 163187 UNIWR MD
SWIFT UNVB MD 2X
E-Mail office@mail.universalbank.md
WWW http://www.universalbank.md
Address 180, Stefan cel Mare Ave, Chisinau, MD-2004, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 10.11.1994

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala "ENERGBANK" S.A.
(B.C. "ENERGBANK" S.A.)
President Iurii Vasilachi
Vice President Pavel Cusnir
Phone 54-43-77
Fax 27-98-55
Telex 163247 ENBNK MD
SWIFT ENEG MD 22
E-Mail office@energbank.com
WWW http://www.energbank.com
Address 78, Vasile Alecsandri Street, Chisinau, MD-2012, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 16.01.1997

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala "ProCredit Bank" S.A.
(B.C. "ProCredit Bank" S.A.)
President Vladislav Garbu
Vice President Kemal Seitveliiev, Evgenia Gashikulina, Natalia Osadcii
Phone 836401, 836404
Fax 273488
Telex  
SWIFT PRCB MD 22
E-Mail office@procreditbank.md
WWW http://www.procreditbank.md
Address 65, Stefan cel Mare si Sfint Ave.,office 901, MD-2012, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 17.12.2007

 
Bank name Banca Comerciala Romana Chisinau S.A.
(BCR Chisinau S.A)
President Sorin Andrei
Vice President  
Phone 265000
Fax 265002
Telex 163160 BCRMD MD
SWIFT RNCB MD 2X
E-Mail office@bcr.md
WWW http://www.bcr.md
Address 60/2, Puskin A. Street, MD-2005, Chisinau
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 22.10.1998

 
Bank name Joint Stock Commercial Bank "EXIMBANK - Gruppo Veneto Banca"
(JSCB "EXIMBANK - Gruppo Veneto Banca")
President Marcel Chirca
Vice President Veaceslav Burcovschii, Vitalie Bucataru, Alexandru Breaben
Phone 301102
Fax 601611
Telex 163111 EXIM MD
SWIFT EXMM MD22
E-Mail info@eximbank.com
WWW http://www.eximbank.com/
Address 171/1, Stefan cel Mare si Sfint Ave, Chisinau, MD-2004, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 29.04.1994

 
Bank name Commercial Bank "MOBIASBANCA - Groupe Societe Generale" S.A.
(CB "MOBIASBANCA - Groupe Societe Generale" S.A.)
President Jean-Francois Myard
Vice President Nicolae Dorin, Danut Florescu, Jean FURIC
Phone 54-19-74, 25-65-74
Fax 54-19-74
Telex 163152 GRANT MD
SWIFT MOBB MD 22
E-Mail office@mobiasbanca.md
WWW http://www.mobiasbanca.md
Address 81a, Stefan cel Mare si Sfint Ave, Chisinau, MD-2012, Republic of Moldova
Date of entry in the register of authorized banks 12.09.1991
 
 

 

 

 

Economy of Maldova: After the break up of the Soviet Union in 1991, energy shortages contributed to sharp production declines. As part of an ambitious economic liberalization effort, Moldova introduced a convertible currency, liberalized all prices, stopped issuing preferential credits to state enterprises, backed steady land privatization, removed export controls, and liberalized interest rates. The government entered into agreements with the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to promote growth.

Recent trends indicate that the Communist government intends to reverse some of these policies, and recollectivise land while placing more restrictions on private business. The economy returned to positive growth, of 2.1% in 2000 and 6.1% in 2001. Growth remained strong in 2007 (6%), in part because of the reforms and because of starting from a small base. The economy remains vulnerable to higher fuel prices, poor agricultural weather, and the skepticism of foreign investors.

Following the regional financial crisis in 1998, Moldova has made significant progress towards achieving and retaining macroeconomic and financial stabilization. It has, furthermore, implemented many structural and institutional reforms that are indispensable for the efficient functioning of a market economy. These efforts have helped maintain macroeconomic and financial stability under difficult external circumstances, enabled the resumption of economic growth and contributed to establishing an environment conducive to the economy’s further growth and development in the medium term.

Despite these efforts and recent resumption of economic growth, Moldova ranks low in terms of commonly used living standards and human development indicators in comparison with other transition economies. Although the economy experienced a constant economic growth after 2000: with 2.1%, 6.1%, 7.8% and 6.3% between 2000 and 2003 (with a forecast of 8% in 2004), one can observe that these latest developments hardly reach the level of 1994, with almost 40% of the GDP registered in 1990. Thus, during the last decade little has been done to reduce the country’s vulnerability. After a severe economic decline, social and economic challenges, energy uprooted dependencies, Moldova continues to occupy one of the last places among European countries in income per capita.

In 2005 (according to the Human Development Report), the registered GDP per capita was US $ 2,100 PPP, which was 4.5 times lower than the world average at the time (US $ 9,543). Moreover, GDP per capita was under the average of its statistical region (US $ 9,527 PPP). In 2005, about 20.8% of the population were under the absolute poverty line and registered an income lower than US $ 2.15 (PPP) per day. Moldova is classified as medium in human development and is at the 111th spot in the list of 177 countries. The value of the Human Development Index (0.708) is below the world average. Moldova remains the poorest country in Europe in terms of official (i.e., excluding the black and grey economy) per capita which currently stands at $1,808.729[54]

The GDP in 2007 constituted $4.104 billion.[55] That constituted a growth of 3% from 2006

 

 

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