More than 40 credit experts of Eskhata Bank are ready to advice on Trade Finance
03.03.2020

More than 40 credit experts of Eskhata Bank are ready to advice on Trade Finance

The online course “Introductory Course on Trade Finance” was organized by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) together with the National Bank of Tajikistan (NBT) for credit experts of financial institutions. Eskhata Bank, as the main partner in the Trade Finance Facilitation Program, was allocated 50 seats. According to the results of passing the test at the completed online course, 43 employees of Eskhata Bank were awarded certificates.

The award ceremony was held at the NBT with the participation of the First Deputy Chairman of the NBT Jamoliddin Nuraliev, Deputy Director of the EBRD Department for Financial Institutions in Central Asia Jahongir Shamsiev and Senior Banker - Deputy Head of the Trade Finance Support Program in the EBRD's countries of operations Kamol Makhmudov.

It is gratifying to note that the largest number of graduate nominees among the banks of the Republic of Tajikistan were employees of Eskhata Bank OJSC. Thanks to this seminar, the bank’s specialists could be acquainted with the products and processes of trade financing, including the relevant rules of international standards, which will allow further developing export-import activities and thereby contribute to strengthening the economy of Tajikistan.

We remind you that for many years Eskhata Bank has been awarded the title of the most active issuing bank in Tajikistan under the Trade Facilitation Program of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

Do you need advice or financial support on trade finance issues? Address Eskhata Bank!

We offer support to entrepreneurs on preferential terms, in the following form:

· Provision of letters of credit with and without confirmation

· Financing with grace periods, favorable interest rates and flexible repayment schedule

· Bank guarantees

· Import and export collection, etc.

Call: 808.


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