According to the Bank's website, this project finances on-lending to Armenian micro, small and medium enterprises.
Converse Bank CJSC is an established dynamically growing bank, which offers various services to individuals and legal entities. Among 17 banks in Armenia, Converse Bank ranks the 6th by three indicators: total assets (5.6% market share), loan portfolio (6.2% market share) and customer deposits (6.5% market share) as of 3Q 2019.
Converse Bank CJSC is ultimately owned by Mr. Eduardo Eurnekian, an Argentine businessman with Armenian roots.
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