According to the Bank's website, the project provides funding to OTP Leasing Serbia to finance loans to small- and medium-sized enterprises to upgrade production facilities and comply with EU Directives in environmental protection, workers' and product safety and product quality.
OTP Leasing is one of the leading leasing companies in Serbia and a fully-owned subsidiary of OTP Bank Serbia (which in turn is fully-owned by OTP Bank Nyrt Hungary). OTP Leasing provides financial leases for a full suite of assets ranging from freight vehicles, minibuses and buses to passenger vehicles, construction machines and agricultural equipment. The company operates via two branch offices in Serbia with 58 employees and has active local and international partnerships with vendors and agents in all business areas.
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381 11 222 1361
Bulevar Zorana Djindjica 50a/b, Novi Beograd, Srbija
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