Russian Money Transfers Network Unistream Streaks Ahead With 200% Growth
Russian money transfer network Unistream streaks ahead with 200% growth in the last year. Unistream now covers 90 countries 15,000 outlets 97 banks are linked into the system.
London October 12, 2005 -- The International Conference on Global Money Transfers on October 17th at the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London chaired by Rt Hon Lord Lamont of Lerwick will be hearing the full story of the how Unistream became the leading money transfer company in Russia and the CIS countries.
Says Unistream’s chairman: Gagik Zakaryan:” We understood that the customers deserve the best possible deal when sending money. The costs are traditionally far too high, and totally unnecessary. We only charge 1% and can ensure the money reach its destination in just 10 minutes. “Not surprisingly we have seen a surge in customers, and have expanded our operations by over 200% in the last year alone. We believe that this pattern is set to continue as we go worldwide. We are looking at the conference for more working partnerships with banks which will enhance profits for all.”
Unistream is a money transfer division of Russian Uniastrum Bank.
Uniastrum is a very dynamic mid-sized privately held banking institution with close to one hundred retail offices around Russia.
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