According to the EBRD's website, this project provides financing to Arvand Bank for funding local micro and small enterprises as part of the Bank's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arvand has transformed from a Microfinance Institution (MFI) into a bank in September 2019 and currently operates as a fully-fledged universal commercial bank, offering a full range of banking services, primarily to retail segment. Arvand Bank is the seventh-largest bank by assets and fifth in terms of loan book and is a longstanding EBRD partner-bank. The bank currently serves over 43,000 borrowers and 45,000 deposit customers through 8 branches and 60 banking service centers across Tajikistan.
+992 44 600 14 00
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CJSC Bank Arvand 1A Somoni Avenue Khujand, 735700, Republic of Tajikistan
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