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CEC Bank, the Romanian bank with the longest tradition and the largest network in Romania, launches the savings account in lei for clients, legal entities, through which they have the possibility to make deposits at any time with discounted interest or withdrawals.

"By launching the savings account in lei, CEC Bank diversifies its offer of saving banking products for client’s legal entities. At the level of the Romanian banking system, the companies segment has an important weight in the total deposits. Thus, we want to offer client’s legal solutions to allow the accumulation of the necessary capital for the different projects, under conditions of flexibility and with advantageous interests", said Bogdan Neacsu, president, general director of CEC Bank.

Customers legal entities can open savings accounts in lei in any of the over 1.000 territorial units of CEC Bank. The interest starts from 0,1% for amounts below 5.000 lei and reaches 0,3% in the case of a balance up to 100.000 lei.

Customers can make deposits and withdrawals of money at any time, through the territorial units of CEC Bank, without losing the accumulated interest. The Savings Account comes in addition to the standard deposits offered by the bank, with interest of up to 2% per year. For more information on the CEC Bank offer for companies, visit www.cec.ro/ .

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About CEC Bank

CEC Bank is the Romanian bank with the longest tradition. Founded in 1864, CEC Bank currently has over 2 million customers, the largest national network, with more than 1.000 branches and territorial units and assets of 29,3 billion lei, at the end of 2018.

CEC Bank is a top universal bank on the Romanian market, which offers a complete range of products and services to individuals, SMEs and large corporations, through multiple distribution channels: banking units, ATM networks, internet banking (CEC online), mobile banking and telephone banking (Tele CEC).

The Romanian state, through the Ministry of Public Finance, is the sole shareholder of CEC Bank, and in November of this year (the current year 2019), following the agreement of the European Commission, the bank's capital was increased by 940 million lei.

More details about the products and services offered by CEC Bank can be obtained in any unit of the Bank, by calling the Customer Support Service free of charge at the telephone number 0.800.800.848 or by accessing the website www.cec.ro