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“ Moldova Agroindbank ” B.C.«Moldova Agroindbank»S.A. si-a inceput activitatea la 8 mai1991. La acea data ea a obtinut licenta pentru efectuarea operatiilor bancare, inclusiv in valuta straina. Incepind cu anul 1992 banca stabileste relatii de corespondenta cu banci din strainatate. In plus, prin atragerea depozitelor persoanelor fizice banca a inceput valorificarea unui nou segment al pietei produselor bancare.

Ultimul deceniu al secolului XX a reprezentat o perioada de grea de incercari si cautari pentru intreaga societate, inclusiv pentru sectorul bancar, lider al caruia chiar din primele zile ale activitatii sale a devenit BC«Moldova Agroindbank»S.A.Banca se afla la inceput de cale, punea la incercare noi strategii de dezvoltare, alegind cele mai reusite cai pentru obtinerea succesului. Anume in aceasta prima etapa conducerea bancii, decide ca MAIB trebuie sa fie o banca universala, orientata spre deservirea tuturor categoriile de clienti: atit persoane juridice, cit si fizice. In aceasta perioada MAIB, prima dintre bancile comerciale moldovenesti, semneaza un acord cu Banca europeana pentru reconstructii si dezvoltare in vederea valorificarii unei linii de credit in valoare de $20 mln. destinat sustinerii business-ului mic si mijlociu. Au urmat apoi multe alte actiuni de acest gen, care, de asemenea, au fost reusite.

Sfarsitul anilor 90 ai secolului trecut pune la noi incercari nu numai comunitatea bancara, dar si intreaga societate din Republica Moldova. Urmarile crizei financiare, care a avut loc in regiune in anul 1998, au avut repercusiuni si asupra bancii. Cu toate acestea, gratie masurilor anticriza propuse de managementul bancii si sustinute de actionarii acesteia, s-a reusit depasirea situatiei dificile. Experienta acestei perioade a demonstrat ca MAIB dispune de o echipa de conducere si de angajati capabili sa realizeze…...

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