PASHA Bank Georgia sponsors publication and a webinar series about Georgia – Azerbaijan Strategic Partnership, organized by ADA University, the leading Azerbaijani educational institute.
On March 21st, PASHA Bank joined CENN’s tree planting and clean-up campaign in Krtsanisi Forest Park. The event was organized with the support of the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) and in partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Agriculture of Georgia.
PASHA Bank has supported the initiative of “Equilibrium”, Educational Movement of the National Library of Georgia, to establish a youth reading-hall in Tserovani.
The beginning of 2020 was sadly marked by the outbreak of a global pandemic COVID-19, which is having a very negative impact on the world economy. Consequently, many companies had to take hard decisions regarding their employees. PASHA Bank and Re|Bank share their position on this topic with PASHA Holding, a large Azerbaijani investment group, which they are part of. During the recent online call the CEO of the company, Mr. Arda Arkun, addressed the employees of PASHA Bank and Re|Bank to assure everyone tha
PASHA Bank was general partner of Georgia-Azerbaijan Business Forum, that was organized by the EU-Georgia Business Council on 5th March, at The Biltmore Tbilisi Hotel.
PASHA Bank sponsored Entrepreneur Magazine's event on January 30th, at the Wyndham Grand Tbilisi Hotel. The theme of the panel discussion was "Business Trends in 2020". On the event, industry leaders talked about possible tendencies in 2020 and gave practical advice to the audience.
PASHA Bank continues its New Year tradition and this year, on several locations, at the entrance of the city of Rustavi and in the Rustavi Park, the bank has planted 2020 Eldarica Pine and Olive trees.
PASHA Bank has relocated its head office to Axis Towers, 37M Ilia Chavchavadze Avenue.
PASHA Bank and Georgian National Tourism Administration hosted a presentation event and signed the Memorandum of Cooperation. The conference was held at the Hotel Moxy Tbilisi.
PASHA Bank supported charity organization “First Step Georgia” to build the autism center by donating GEL 5 000, on behalf of its partners and employees.