MobiasBanca

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Mobiasbanca - Groupe Société Générale S.A.
Societate pe Acțiuni
Industry Financial services
Founded July 4, 1990
Headquarters 81a, Ștefan cel Mare și Sfânt ave., Chisinau
Area served
Moldova, Republic of
Key people

Ridha Tekaia (President of the Management Board - CEO)
Elena Guzun (Member of the Management Board, Commercial Director Corporate Banking)

Filip Kotora (Member of the Management Board, Commercial Director Retail Banking)
Products Retail, private, investment and corporate banking; insurance; investment management
Revenue Increase MDL 606 million (2015)[1]
Increase MDL 306 million (2015)[1]
Increase MDL 230 million (2015)[1]
Total assets Increase MDL 7,356 billion (2015)[1]
Total equity Increase MDL 1,187 billion (2015)[1]
Owner
Number of employees
729 (average, 2015)[1]
Website mobiasbanca.md

MobiasBanca is a bank in Moldova, one of Société Générale's subsidiaries with headquarters in Chișinău.

History[edit]

Main historical milestones[3]

  • 1990, July 4th – was set up as an independent bank with the legal status of Limited Liability Company
  • 1995 – One of the first bank allowed on the securities' market
  • 1996 – One of the first bank to benefit from credit lines granted by International Financial Organizations
  • 1996 – the Bank changed its legal status to Joint Stock Company
  • 1996 – Member of SWIFT international payment system
  • 1997 – 32.45% of share capital was acquired by the investment fund Development Capital Corporation, who remained to be the major shareholder of the Bank (63.68%)
  • 2002 – Member of the “Europay International” payment system
  • 2003 – The automatic banking system implementation
  • 2005 – First bank to launch a consumer-loan and a credit card
  • 2007 – Mobiasbanca has been purchased by Groupe Société Générale (95,35%)
  • 2008 – The bank changes the official name to CB “Mobiasbanca – Groupe Société Générale” S.A.
  • 2008 – capital increase of Mobiasbanca and coming of new strategic shareholders (BRD – Groupe Société Générale) and EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development). The share of Societe Generale decreased as a result of this transaction and as of the end of 2008 effectively represents 67.85%.
  • 2008 – Principal member of MasterCard
  • 2009 – implementation of telerecovery service
  • 2009 – MasterCard certification of cards with microchip
  • 2011 – Simplu Finance project launch
  • 2011 – first collection of cards created exclusively for women Chérie Chérie
  • 2012 – launch of the Universal Desk concept
  • 2012 – launch of new Call-Center (Contactell)
  • 2012 – MobiasInfo sms messaging service launch
  • 2012 – launch of MasterCard Secure Code - secured payments over the Internet
  • 2013 – international certificate ISO 9001: 2008 "Quality Management Systems. Requirements", being the first bank in the country holding such a certificate
  • 2013 – IP telephony implementation
  • 2014 – new range of bank cards in the international payment system MasterCard - banking card endowed with EMV (embedded chip)
  • 2014 – opening of the new Training Centre and Branch School

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