Amrahbank is one of the leading and fastest growing banks in Azerbaijan. The Bank offers a wide variety of banking services including corporate and consumer lending, documentary operations, current and saving accounts, credit cards, money transfers, investment advisory services, insurance, etc.
As part of its key growth plans, Amrahbank is actively involved in establishing partnerships with major international financial institutions in such areas as wholesale capital, bilateral credit lines, trade finance, project financing, technical assistance, etc. Examples of recent accomplishments include the following:
- Gulf Finance House (GFH). Amrahbank is acting as the distributor of GFH’s investment products in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.
- Islamic Development Bank (IsDB). Amrahbank received lines financing for its small and medium sized enterprises from Islamic Corporation for the Development of Private Sector (ICD)and Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) , subsidiaries of IDB.
- OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID). Amrahbank received trade finance facility.
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