According to FMO's website, this project provides financing to Hamkorbank for a consultant to review Hamkorbank’s Environmental and Social Management System against IFC Performance Standards (in particular IFC PS 1 and IFC PS 2), applicable local, national and international legislation, ILO Conventions signed and ratified by Uzbekistan, FMO Investment criteria and international standards.
"OJSC Hamkorbank (HB) (founded in 1991, FMO client since 2012) is one of the two leading private commercial banks in Uzbekistan. HB is a universal bank offering a wide spectrum of banking services. Clientele comprises SMEs (53%), corporates (33%) and individuals (14%). HB has around 2,000 employees and a country-wide branch network of 35 branches, and 160 outlets (mini-banks)."
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