If you do not understand Serbian, opening a bank account in Serbia will be a challenge. When you go to the post office or bank branch, everyone on the counter does not speak good English. But this does not mean you should give up. Read it to see if you are more clear about what you are doing.
There are 30 banks in Serbia, and more than 1,700 business units across the country form a network. Although most banks are foreign owned, they are treated as separate legal entities under the law. Most banks also provide services in English, so you can check their website.
In terms of total assets, the top five banks are:
Gomel sijana bank
United Credit Bank
You can open FX and Dinar demand deposit accounts and deposit accounts in any bank branch of your choice. You can find a more detailed process here.
In order to protect your rights and obtain information about the bank, you can contact the Financial Consumer Protection and Education Center of the Central Bank.
They provide free guidance on problems you may encounter.
Serbia’s national postal service system is called Serbia Post. They provide a variety of services, including sending and receiving packages and parcels, remittances, printing and design services, payment operations and more.
In Serbia, there are several international express services, where you can send and receive larger packages according to the door-to-door principle:
If you want to receive or send money abroad, you can also use Western Union services.