According to FMO website, this project is to develop a strategic Human Resources (HR) Management system to align core HR procedures with the goals of staff policy. Additionally, the aim is to improve the remuneration and motivation systems of the Bank staff. HB has benefitted a lot from its engagement with FMO as it managed to grow significantly over the last two years -in particular in the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) segment. SME sector development is a key-priority for FMO's MASSIF fund. In line with its financial services to HB, the capacity development grant offers guidance for HB’s organisational structure and would implicitly contribute to the country’s SME sector development.
OJSC Hamkorbank (HB) is founded in 1991 and FMO client since 2012. HB is a universal bank offering a wide spectrum of banking services, and is one of the two leading private commercial banks in Uzbekistan. Clientele comprises small and medium enterprises (53 percent), corporates (33 percent) and individuals (14 percent). HB has around 2,000 employees and a country-wide branch network of 35 branches, and 160 outlets (mini-banks).
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