The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has recognized Bank Eskhata as the most active issuing bank in Tajikistan.
According to the Bank Eskhata press service, the EBRD honored the most successful participants in its Trade Facilitation Programme (TFP) 2015 in an award ceremony on May 11-12 in London on the sidelines of the Bank’s Annual Meeting and Business Forum.
The event attracted over 200 participants from issuing and confirming banks under the program as well as decision-makers in trade finance to discuss latest trends and developments in trade finance.
Bank Eskhata reportedly receives this award four years running.
Founded in 1993, Bank Eskhata, with headquarters in Khujand, is a commercial bank, providing a full range of main banking operations. Bank Eskhata’s network has 22 branch offices, 262 banking centers and 139 money transfer locations in most parts of the country.
Bank Eskhata is Tajikistan’s fifth largest bank by assets, part-owned by the European bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and with a particular focus on SME financing and support. (Asia-Plus/Business World Magazine)