Full name: Alpha Bank Srbija A.D. Beograd
Legal Form: Joint Stock Company
Operational Status: Operational
Incorporation Date: 01-Jul-91
Alpha Bank Beograd - former Jubanka - was established in 1956 as a main branch of the Yugoslav Foreign Trade Bank designed to provide banking services to Yugoslav companies in their foreign trade business.
In 1991, the bank was transformed into a joint-stock entity and renamed to Jubanka.
In 2001, it merged with two small local banks, Inoprom banka a.d. and Jugobanka Uzice.
Jubanka was one of 16 Serbian banks in which the state acquired a large stake in the summer of 2002 when the central
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