For the second time Bank TuranAlem receives award in banking business.02.06.2006 / Press-service
JSC "Bank TuranAlem" received a prize in banking business. A gold statuette and Gold category diploma for "Active participation in international projects" were presented to the Head of representative office in Russia.
"The award, according to the idea of its founders, is designed to assist the growth of trust to Russian banking system, development of corporate culture, level of corporate responsibility in banking and distribution of latest banking technologies. Kazakhstan’s Bank TuranAlem is happy to receive acknowledgement by such financial institution." – said the Head of representative office in Russia, Zhanna Alimbayeva and wished her colleagues-financists and bankers to continue helping their country in international economic competition.
Annual International Banking Awards ceremony took place on 2nd June in Moscow.
The Annual International Banking Award is founded by National Banking Academy of Russia, "Banking business" magazine and "Informbank" agency under support of European chamber of trade, commerce and industry.
In 2005 Bank TuranAlem received two awards in banking business. The Head of representative office in Russia received silver statuettes and diplomas for "Development and introduction new forms of banking services" and "Active participation in international projects".
JSC "Bank TuranAlem" – the system-making bank of Kazakhstan, the leader in creation of banking network on the territory of CIS. Bank’s assets exceed $9.2 billion; equity capital exceeds $1.5 billion. Bank’s shareholders are the world largest institutions such as EBRD, RZB, IFC and FMO. In Kazakhstan the Bank confidently holds the leading position among the second-tier banks in the field of trade financing, SME loans and mortgage lending. Bank’s development strategy includes geographical diversification and the expansion of the range of provided services, as well as stable dynamic growth. Bank’s representative offices network spans over Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Armenia, Tajikistan, Georgia and China.