Nordea Bank announces changes in the customer service format in its Preobrazhensky Office in Moscow

05.08.2011

Nordea Bank announces changes in the customer service format in its Preobrazhensky Office in Moscow

Dear customers,

Effective from 12 September 2011, the Preobrazhensky Office of Nordea Bank in Moscow will be catering for corporate customers only.

Individual customers of Nordea Russia whose bank accounts were serviced by the Preobrazhensky Office may – by the close of business on 09 September 2011 – submit to the Bank their applications to transfer such bank accounts to one of the following Moscow-based offices of the Bank:

  • 129090, Moscow, 1st Koptelskiy Lane 4, building 1, tel. (495) 777-34-77

Retail services are also available at the following offices of OJSC Nordea Bank:

  1. "Butyrsky Val, 52 Mortgage Center"
    127055, Moscow, Butyrsky Val 52, tel. (+7 495) 662 -11 -55
  2. Yamskoye Polye Office
    125040, Moscow, ulitsa Pravdy 4, tel. (+7 495) 777-34-77
  3. Serpukhovskiy Office
    113093, Moscow, Stremyanny pereulok 38, tel. (+7 495) 745-60-77
  4. Sukharevsky Office
    129090 Moscow, 1-y Koptel’ski pereulok 4 building 1, tel. (+7 495) 777-34-77
  5. Yugo-Zapadny Office
    117420 Moscow, ulitsa Namyotkina 14 korpus 1, tel. (+7 495) 967-12-06

Effective from 12 September 2011, the bank accounts of those individual customers of the Bank who fail to submit the relevant applications will be transferred to the Yugo-Zapadny Office in Moscow.

Please also be informed that by 09 September 2011 those individual customers of the Bank who use safe deposit boxes located at the Preobrazhensky Office may renovate the relevant lease agreements with other Moscow offices of the Bank due to a closure of the custody of the Preobrazhensky Office.

For details, please contact:

  • Retail Help Desk:
    (+7 495) 921-21-01 – for Moscow calls;
    8(800) 200-34-77 – for other calls (toll-free);
  • General Information Desk: (+7 495) 777-34-77

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