27 July 2007 09:59
Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Massimov has participated in the presentation of the Development Bank of Kazakhstan today in Tashkent within the frame of his official visit to Uzbekistan.
26 July 2007 16:33
In January -June 2007 the aggregate capital of commercial banks increased by 17.2% compared to the same period of the previous year, reported.
23 July 2007 11:20
Russia’s Expert RA, rating agency, assigned A rating to National Bank of Uzbekistan for Foreign Economic Activities (NBU).
23 July 2007 09:40
Transinsurance Uzbek-Swiss Reinsurance Company has summed up the first half-year results. The analysis of the company’s performance revealed that in January-June 2007, the company continued to develop stably and dynamically. Thus, the premium revenue from reinsurance operations for the reporting period comprised 835 million soums.
23 July 2007 09:27
Ipak Yuli Bank has begun to issue VISA VSDC cards, according to the bank’s press service. On 16 July 2006, as an affiliated member of the Visa International payment system, Ipak Yuli Bank started to issue international Visa Classic cards.
23 July 2007 09:25
Russian Vneshtorgbank (VTB) intends to spread its presence to all countries of the CIS by mid-2008. The bank is prepared to invest some US$1.5 billion in the capitalization of the existing and acquisition of new banks on the territory of the Commonwealth, Regnum quoted the President and CEO of the Bank Andrey Kostin.
19 July 2007 12:30
International Finance Corporation (IFC) has launched website of its Azerbaijan-Central Asia Leasing Facility (ACALF) Advisory Services Project.
18 July 2007 15:32
Central Bank of Uzbekistan registered three credit unions, located in Tashkent city, in line with legislation of the country, the bank said in its statement.
18 July 2007 09:55
Khalq Bank (People’s Bank) issued over 90,000 plastic cards as of the end of the first half of the 2007. The bank said it issued 40,000 plastic cards as a part of salary projects.
17 July 2007 13:51
The assets of the Ipoteka Bank, one of the five largest banks of Uzbekistan, increased by 33.9% to 562.6 billion soums in January-June 2007, Interfax reported citing the bank’s management.


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