On July 16, 2015, Agro Holdings (Ukraine) Limited, a subsidiary of NCH Capital, entered into an agreement to acquire Astra Bank PJSC, which was incorporated in 2007 and declared insolvent by the National Bank of Ukraine in 2015. This agreement was the first and in this case the only case of buying an insolvent bank and bringing its capital and liquidity standards into line with the law.
On February 4, 2016, the bank entered the market under the new brand - Agroprosperis Bank.
In February 2016 the Bank was the first in Ukraine to sign a financial crop receipt and for a long time remained the leader in the number of agrarian receipts concluded. For 5 years SME farmers have received from Agroprosperis Bank UAH 1 billion against crop receipts.
In 2017 Rating agency “Expert Rating” assigned a long-term credit rating of PJSC "AGROPROSPERIS BANK" at the level uaAA, which characterizes a very high solvency, and a deposit rating at the level ua1 according to the national scale.
From 2019, Agroproperis Bank started to expand and opened a new branch in Kyiv on 84/20 Vasylkivska Str., and two months later opened a second branch in Kyiv on 46/2 Moskovska Str. In 2020 bank opened it's first regional branch - in Vinnytsia on 1, Lytvynenko-Volhemut Str and another branch in Kyiv near Minska metro station.
Twice in a row in 2019 and 2020 Agroprosperis Bank was recognized as the winner in the nomination “Leader in Agribusiness Lending” at the All-Ukrainian Bank of the Year Competition by Bankir International Financial Club.