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Azerbaijan: Pasha Bank’s subsidiaries improve financial performance

Pasha Bank Georgia and Pasha Yatirim Bankasi A.S., subsidiary banks of Azerbaijan’s Pasha Bank OJSC, improved the financial performance in 2018, Chief Financial Administrator, member of the Bank’s board Bahruz Naghiyev said. Naghiyev made the remarks in Baku at the press conference dedicated to the outcome of the subsidiaries’ activity in 2018. Pasha Bank Georgia’s…

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Estonia: Transferwise raises over EUR 260 million in secondary funding round

Estonia-founded international money transfer company Transferwise has closed a secondary funding round of $292 million, or EUR 261.1 million. Investors used the Transferwise for Business platform when settling the financing. Transferwise is now valued at $3.5 billion, and the latest funding round brings the total raised by the company in both primary and secondary funding…

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Armenia: Russia-based businessmen invest 100,000,000 drams in Kotayk road construction

Sergo Stepanyan and Samvel Stepanyan, Russia-based Armenian brothers and successful businessmen, have invested nearly $210,000 (100,000,000 drams) in the Armenian province of Kotayk, the Ministry of Diaspora reported. The two Armenians have funded the construction of a 3 km road in the Nor Yerznka community of the province. The inauguration of the road will take…

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