UBB opens some of its closed branches
10 April 2020
In continuation of the announced during the week specific measures for deferral and settlement of payments under credit liabilities in line with the Covid-19 pandemic UBB opens some of its temporarily closed branches, so that more people could use the opportunity to restructure part of their debts, in case they are unable to use another channel, but a physical office of the Bank.
With effect from 13.04.2020 the following temporarily closed branches will continue their operation:
Vidin Centre Branch – Vidin town, 24, Gradinska Str.
Vasil Levski Branch – Veliko Tarnovo town, 29, Vasil Levski Str.
Shipka Branch - Gabrovo town, 1, Shipka Str.
Prista Branch – Ruse town, 11, Aleksandrovska Str.
Yovkov Branch – Dobrich town, 3, Bulgaria Blvd.
Madara Branch – Shumen town, 9, Slavyanski Blvd.
Diana-Yambol Branch – Yambol town, 1, Tsar Ivan Aleksandar Str.
Aida Branch – Haskovo town, 16, Vasil Drumev Str.
Sv. Sv. Kiril i Methodiy Branch - Blagoevgrad town, 8B, Sv. Sv. Kiril i Methodiy Blvd.,
NSSI Branch – Sofia city, 84, Al. Stamboliyski Blvd.
Tech Park Sofia city, 111, Tsarigradsko Shose Blvd.
With effect from 13.04.2020 the working hours of all UBB branches will be 08:30-17:00 h. except for Kopernik Office - Sofia city, which working hours are 10:00-17:00 h.
UBB continues maintaining the seamless functioning of its full range of banking services for individuals, while aiming to ensure safety and security for both its clients, as well as its employees.
We remind our clients that they may use digital channels to connect with UBB and also effect remotely main banking operations, without the need to visit a branch of the Bank, via:
Should you need additional assistance UBB Contact Centre staff is available for you at 0700 117 17 for the following services.