Armenia's Anelik Bank has announced that it will pay the bills for all medical services provided to its staff.
"Healthcare is very important for everyone, and the bank will be with its employees in this way," Nerses Karamanukyan, the chairman of the board at Anelik Bank, said. "They will be sure that they will receive financial support, if they have health problems."
Karamanukyan, the former head of Ardshininvestbank and Geoteam, one of the country's largest ore mining companies, was recently appointed after Anelik Bank was acquired by Lebanon's CreditBank.
Founded in 1990, the bank has 12 branches in Yerevan, Gyumri, Abovyan, Gavar, Echmiadzin, Vanadzor and Sevan. It is involved in international credit programs of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the German-Armenian Foundation, the Agricultural Marketing Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the International Organization for Migration and the World Bank.
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