Being a member of Norway's B2Holding ASA, every year B2 Kapital Zagreb celebrates Norway's national holiday, Constitution Day, to familiarize its employees with the rich cultural, historical and biological diversity of the Scandinavian country and transfer its good business practices into company operations.
On Friday, May 18, the 150 employees at B2 Kapital Zagreb celebrated Norway's holiday in an excellent mood, with representatives of the Norwegian embassy, traditional delicacies and a quiz about Norway.
The quiz was prepared and hosted by the famous host Joško Lokas, and the five B2 Kapital employees who knew the most about Norway won dinners in a Zagreb restaurant.
Traditionally, Norwegians celebrate their day on May 17, which is the date Norway adopted its constitution. On that day, processions carry flags through the streets, dressed in bunad traditional wear, accompanied by loud music and cheers from numerous onlookers, and the day is especially centered on children. Like here, no celebration can pass without good food and drink, so they enjoy the traditional sour cream porridge, sausages, salt-cured meats and grill, as well as ice cream and home-made sweets.
In March of 2018, in the beautiful ambience of the Sarajevo City Hall, and in the presence of numerous guests from the financial and banking sector, as well as members of the press, B2 Kapital was presented, which opened its office in Sarajevo in November and has already achieved the positive results in collection and management of receivables.
The guests at the Sarajevo City Hall were first welcomed by Lamija Selimovic, CEO of B2 Kapital in Bosnia and Hercegovina. After thanking the numerous guests, she said that she was looking forward to the future business cooperation and explained in more detail the operations and goal of the company she is managing. “B2 Kapital in the B&H market brings professional and efficient solutions when it comes to improving liquidity. It is well known that liquidity is one of the most significant problems of financial operations in BiH and B2 Kapital offers a wide range of services for the banking sector and other interested clients in order solve this problem,” noted Lamija Selimovic.
Ilija Plavcic, CEO of the CE Region of B2Holding ASA Group expressed particular satisfaction with the fact that the company started delivering its services in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with which operations have now been set up in the entire Region. "We have been successful in the CE Region for many years, we have gained the trust of our clients, and have become a reliable partner to the banking sector. Our core activity is the purchase of troubled debts with banks, in order to reach the best solutions, in agreement with debtors,” said Plavcic, pointing out that the company runs on the "consumer friendly" principle and strives to find the best model for collecting receivables.
A special guest of the evening was the CEO of B2Holding ASA Olav Dalen Zahl, who stressed that he believes that the Norwegian model of providing full financial services in billing and claim management will have good results in BiH. This model was developed during the banking crisis in the Nordic countries in the 1990s and gave excellent results.
B2Holding ASA, was founded in November 2011 and the Group records a continuous trend of growth. Today, the Group operates in 22 countries in Europe and has open entities in Austria, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. B2Holding ASA coordinates its strategic activities with the nature of debt and individual analysis of the borrower's ability. B2Holding ASA offers a wide range of financial solutions. Regardless of the method chosen, the most important principles in the work are to respect ethical and moral standards, protect reputation, partners and suppliers and respect the rights of debtors.
According the provisions of the Law on Amendments to the Law of Commercial crediting and the Law on Amendments to the Law of crediting institutions(NN 102/2015) dated since 30. 9.2015., B2 KAPITAL d.o.o. as a creditor who holds the claims from multiple croatian banks from credit contracts in HRK with currency clausule in CHF with obligation to debtors and other participatns in credit to deliver conversion calculations with currency clause in CHF with credit with currency clause in EUR.
This is complient to all the loans made with CHF as the currency whos users are citizens and physical entities which perform free work activity, artisan work, marketing, sales and OPG activities.
Conversion calculations will be delivered via mail with delivery stamp to the loan debtors and other loan participants(codeptors, guaranteres).
B2 KAPITAL will deliver following documentation to every participant:
Our website provides a conversion calculator for CHF loans, while archived historical data is availabe with business conditions, interest rate evaluations and daily currency rates for banks with which the loans were contracted with.
You can access the conversion using the username and a unique PIN number which was delivered to you in the memo with basic conversion information.
For any and all questions please feel free to contact us via the following mail: email@example.com or phone number 01/800 11 70.
According to the Law on Amendments to the Law on Consumer Credit it is the creditors obligation to deliver the conversion calculation along with the rest of documentation exclusively by mail with returnee.
In case that at the moment of delivery you are not at the address, mail can be accepted in post office in the due date stamped in the Croatian Posts memo which will be delivered to your post cabinet.
Yes. According the law, all of the loan participants will receive a memo with conversion calculation and other documentation, the same as to the debtor.
Deadline to notify the B2 KAPITAL about accepting the conversion is 30 days from the delivery of conversion calculation.
Statement of conversion acceptance the debtor can deliver to B2 KAPITAL by certified mail with returnee or in person to the following address:
Please bring a valid identification papers when coming in person.
In case of accepting the conversion, all of the participants in the original Loan contract in CHF are obligated to sign the Agreement and confirm their signatures at the public notary, as well as sign any other documentation necessary to carry out the conversion(e.g. agreement of payed amount...) Cost of public notary bears the B2 KAPITAL.
If one of the participants is unwilling to sign the Agreement bidden by the law as a prerequisite for conversion (e.g. Agreement of payed amount) the conversion will not be executed.
If one of the participants is unable to personally sign (e.g. leave, sickness, somet other reason for voidance), an amendment can be signed by the assignee with the special assign which will be authenticated by the public notary in RC or superior body in other country if the participant is abroad.