Moscow, Russia, March 23, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- In the beginning of 2011, Uniastrum Bank’s network totaled 43 branches and 172 outlets, 78 of which are located in the Moscow region. The second half of 2010 marked the start of a comprehensive upgrade program designed to ensure the lender’s entire network is united by Uniastrum’s new corporate design concept. Notable features include improved overall office structure, enhanced front desk functionality, and a customized, modern-style interior.
Uniastrum’s branch-wide modernization drive was brought to the public’s attention in November 2010 with the launching of the Bank’s first flagship office, located on Moscow’s Komsomol Avenue and combining innovative design, maximum comfort, an exterior 24-hour ATM, a separate area for money transfers, as well as special access facilities for people with disabilities.
Last year also saw offices in Moscow and Ryazan revamped in accordance with the new corporate style. Before too long the Bank intends to refurbish a further eight offices: in Kursk, Kazan, Arkhangelsk, Vladimir, Yekaterinburg, Tomsk, Ulyanovsk, and Ryazan.
“This March we aim to open a flagship office in Kursk,” says Uniastrum President Gagik Zakaryan. “In the midterm, we’re looking to launch around 10 such outlets in major Russian cities, i.e. federal district centers and cities with a population of over 1 million.”