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Roundtable Bankar magazine


29. October 2010. 9:30 - 14:00

Serbia, Hyatt Regency Hotel

Organiser: EMG

Despite the global financial crisis, which has spilled over to Serbia as well, total savings have increased, although in the autumn 2008 more than a billion Euros of deposits were withdrawn from the banking sector over a relatively short period. Although savings have exceeded six billion Euros and reached a record level, there is an evident increase in savings over a short term, while the share of fixed-term deposits for a period longer than a year decreased. Besides, citizens mostly save in banks, even 95 percent, while Europeans keep only 35 percent of their savings in banks, while the rest is kept in pension and investment funds and insurance companies.


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