UniCredit Bank expands network in the Czech Republic.

By bne IntelliNews August 3, 2011
UniCredit Bank will expand its network in the Czech Republic with the opening of eight more branches by Aug 8, 2011, the bank announced in a note on its website. The total number of branches of the bank will thus reach 97. UniCredit Bank opened a total of 40 new sales points in the past one year, including its first franchise outlet in the Czech Republic in Otrokovice, launched in Nov 2010. New franchise branches, under the UniCredit Bank Expres name, are to be opened in Kralupy, Bohumn and any, which will increase the total number of franchise branches to 16.
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