Ambrahbank recently received a letter of thanks from the Central Bank of Azerbaijan for distinguished services in non-cash payments.
The letter was received following CBA's campaign to promote cashless payments and internet banking throughout the country.
Established in 1993, Amrahbank is one of the leading and fastest growing commercial banks in Azerbaijan. It offers a wide range of retail and corporate banking products and services, including the opening of current and savings accounts, credit cards, local and international money transfers, documentary operations, investment advisory services, insurance plans, and trade finance.
The bank currently has 26 branches in network, covering the capital and extending through regions of the country, including Sumgait, Lankaran, Tovuz, Bilasuvar, Barda, Ganja and Masalli.
It has also established partnerships with large international institutions such as Gulf Finance House, the Islamic Development Bank and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries Fund for International Development.
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