Kapital Bank Named the Best Bank in Azerbaijan

Published: 7 December 2015 y., Monday

Business New Europe, which is one of the most renowned international financial publications, named Kapital Bank as the Best Bank in Azerbaijan. According to Haqqin.az, Kapital Bank received this honorary title for its strong financial performance.

It is notable that since 2006 Business New Europe analyzes the economic, financial and business performance of more than 30 countries in Central Europe, the Balkans, FSU and Central Asia. The magazine comes out monthly with a circulation of over 20,000 copies.

"We are honored that such a prominent magazine like Business New Europe, has awarded us a high rank. Once again this proves our high and stable financial performance as well as enhances our customers' confidence", Gunay Farzalieva, Kapital Bank Head of Marketing Communications said.

It is worth mentioning that Kapital Bank, which has the largest branch network, provides daily services at 89 branches and 5 offices in all districts and cities of Azerbaijan. Clients of Kapital Bank can redeem their credits online via e-pul.az , kassam.az , hesab.az , pay.kapitalbank.az as well as using eManat and MilliÖn ATMs and Kapital Bank branches.


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