PASHA Bank participated in SIBOS (SWIFT International Banking Operations Seminar) for the seventh year in a row. This time the seminar took place in Geneva, Switzerland.
PASHA Bank traditionally represented three countries: Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey. The Bank provides regional corporate and investment banking services to large and medium-sized enterprise. Therefore it attracted high interest among the attendees for partnership through interbank financial instruments.
SIBOS is an annual banking and financial seminar organized by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication in various cities around the world. Started out as SWIFT international banking operations seminar, it has grown into a premier business forum for the global financial community to debate and collaborate in the areas of payments, securities, cash management and trade. People who work in financial markets around the world participate as exhibitors and attendees and discuss issues relevant to the financial industry.
During one week, SIBOS brings together some 7,000 decision makers and topic experts from financial institutions, market infrastructures, multinational corporations and technology partners. With half a dozen conference tracks, a hundred speakers and as many conference sessions, nearly 200 exhibitors, and plenty of networking events, SIBOS is the place to do business and collectively shape the future of the financial industry.
“PASHA Bank was traditionally presented at SIBOS with its own stand among such banks as Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Citi, Raiffeisen Switzerland and others. We are happy to be able to apply the experience we gained at SIBOS and to share it all with our clients through our services,” commented Shahin Mammadov, CEO and Chairman of Board of Directors at PASHA Bank.
“We have long-term relationships with our clients and we try to implement contemporary international finance tools to ensure that they can conduct their business comfortably in Georgia and abroad. Our strategic partnerships with major international banks help ensure our clients get the best service and support from strong financial institutions wherever they are doing business around the world,” Mammadov added.