Private open joint-stock commercial bank Alp Jamol (Alp Jamol Bank) said its assets grew 15% in January-June 2009 and it made up 112.3 billion soums as of 1 July 2009. The bank said 57.5% of assets are income-bearing.
The Swiss Government and the EBRD are providing â‚¬11.8 million to improve the supply of water to some 1 million people living in Bishkek, the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Bank Credit Standard issued the first co-branded banking cards in Uzbekistan in cooperation with supermarkets network korzinka.uz.
Assets of credit unions of Uzbekistan grew by 37% compared to the beginning of 2009 and reached 154.1 billion soums as of 1 July 2009.
Uzbek Finance Ministry approved new regulation on investment activity of insurance and re-insurance companies of Uzbekistan on 3 July 2009. Ministry of Justice registered the decree on approval of the regulation on 16 July.
Commercial banks of Uzbekistan allocated soft loans for 81 billion soums to fill turnover funds of the Uzbek exporters in the first half of 2009.
Alp Jamol Bank, small-size commercial bank of Uzbekistan, became principle member of the Visa International Association on 9 July.
Kapitalbank open joint-stock commercial bank started to realize saving certificates for individuals worth over 1 billion soums.