Our banking services are available in remote regions as well

Our banking services are available in remote regions as well

Geographical expansion, assistance in the development of micro and small businesses, as well as providing banking services to people living in remote regions of the country – they are important details of Bank Eskhata strategy in which bank employees are working tirelessly.
June 10 new banking services center (BSC) in Panj region officially started its operations. New BSC relates to the structure of the branch of Bank Eskhata in the region Kumsangir. BSC management is assigned to Nabotov Safar, one of the competent staff, who began his work in Bank Eskhata as a remittance operator.
The opening ceremony was attended by representatives of local jamoat, Acting Director of OJSC "Bank Eskhata" branch in the region Kumsangir Ismatulloev F.S., regional credit manager Mirajabov Yu., head of credit department Vazirov M.M., accountant-general Sayfullaev H.I. and guests of the event.
Opening ceremony of the BSC was successful, and it was recorded by television "Jahonnamo" as a joyous event for people of the Panj region.
Local people actively use banking services. If we analyze the previous year, we can see an increase in growth of demand for credit services. For example, in 2013, compared with 2012, granting loans in the financial market in the region increased by 49%. As for 2014, the increase in growth is expected for 40%. This indicates that demand for loans in the population is growing rapidly, a factor which is the increase in remittances.
Currently, the branch in Kumsangir region has two small BSC, which in turn provide access in remote regions to banking services, one of which is remittances. Considering the need of this population in sending and receiving remittances within the country and abroad, Bank Eskhata has opened 11 remittance points in regions Kumsangir, Panj and Dzh.Rumi, and of course will continue the strategy of geographical extension.
According to statistics, today Bank Eskhata has 391 RP, 22 branches and 76 BSC in Tajikistan.

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