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THE BANK HELPED CITIES HIT BY NATURAL DISASTERS

February, 2012.

Natural disasters - blowing snow and stormy wind which occurred in Montenegro at the beginning of February, caused immense damage to large number of cities and the people. 

As a company that has its branches and successfully satisfies the needs of citizens and companies in many of endangered regions, Podgorička banka Societe Generale Group decided to donate significant funds, more then 45 000 € for aid to eight most endangered cities in central-north area of Montenegro, in order to help them in normalizing their life and activities. 

Having in mind that the urgent action was more than necessary, special account has been opened in the bank in purpose of collecting the donations from PBSG employees, clients and all citizens as well.

Sympathizing with all citizens in endangered cities many of PBSG employees have immediately allocated certain amount of their salaries and donated funds for helping.

PBSG and their employees contributed to removing the consequences and we hope that those municipalities will fast recover and that their life and functioning will be normalized.  

Podgoricka banka Société Générale Group donated in the past significant funds for the struggle with the consequences of floods and natural disasters in Montenegro.

Montenegrin public appreciated this action of Podgoricka banka Societe Generale Group as well. Info on our donations was published and broadcasted in many media including web portals where many citizens have left their positive comments. Among many banks in Montenegro, PBSG and its employees are the first ones to help when it is really needed.

 

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