The bank, based in the capital city of Zagreb, is the first institution of its kind to be accredited by the World Bank.
The bank’s success comes as the global financial system is facing growing pressure on its ability to function and to act as a lender of last resort.
“I think Bosnia and Hercegovina is one of the best countries in the world to be an international financial institution,” said Zsolt Kuzmanovic, the bank’s chairman and chief executive.
“The banks in Bosnia and Shego have done very well.”
Bosnia and Hradcja has a population of just under two million.
The country has struggled to keep up with the growth of its economy.
The financial crisis in 2008 led to the collapse of the country’s banking sector, which in turn led to a sharp drop in foreign exchange reserves.
This has left Bosnia and Hiscegovin with a hard time accessing capital.
The banks are the only ones able to borrow, according to Kuzmanso.
But the bank has been unable to tap into the capital markets and have had to use loans from private sector companies and international institutions, he said.
The new bank, BIS, has been set up to fill the gap.
BIS is based in Belgrade, a city about 30 miles (48 kilometers) west of the capital.
BIL, which is the Slovenian abbreviation for Bosnia and Hungary, is a small regional bank, operating in Serbia and Bosnia Herzegowina, the countries closest to Bosnia and Heglig.
The Slovenian-language bank’s president, Gabor Korna, told Next Big Futures that the bank was set up with two goals: to create a bank of the future and to foster sustainable and inclusive growth.
“We want to make the bank the best bank in Bosnia,” he said in an interview.
“Its the only one that can guarantee the country and the people of Bosnia’s future.”
The bank has a strong culture of transparency and the process of building a strong financial system in the country has been a big part of the bank.
“BIS is a bank that is focused on the people, on their needs, on the culture, and we try to support them in this process,” Kornan said.
He added that BIS’s work has been “very positive” and that he has been proud of the people.
Kuzanovic said that while Bosnia and hradcjecans economy is struggling, the country can still be a financial powerhouse.
“For Bosnia and the whole country, this is not a problem.
We have the experience and the ability to survive in the future,” he explained.
“You have to work together, to find solutions and make sure that the economy can function well and that the people have the opportunity to work.”
The BIS team is looking forward to the upcoming elections in 2019 and hopes to see the country back on track for a brighter future.
“With a healthy banking sector and a strong economy, we are confident that the country will be able to grow, to compete and to create new opportunities for the future.
This is the only way to create stability and prosperity in the financial sector and for all of Bosnia,” Kuzamanovic said.
“In Bosnia and hiscegoven, we have many possibilities.”
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