|Project Name||Azerbaijan-Central Asia Financial Markets Infrastructure Advisory Services Project|
|Project Opening Date||2009|
|Project Closing Date||Present|
|Responsible International Financial Institution||International Finance Corporation|
To strengthen financial market infrastructure in Azerbaijan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan by developing effective credit information sharing.
The Project aims to strengthen financial market infrastructure in Azerbaijan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan by developing effective credit information sharing. It will also introduce formal risk education and certification for financial institution employees. The Project should help financial institutions make fast and accurate credit decisions, thereby increasing the availability and affordability of financial services for individual consumers, as well as for micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the region.
IFC has a successful track record in developing and improving financial infrastructure worldwide. Specifically, IFC has significant experience in developing credit information sharing systems in many countries across the globe. Since 2001, IFC has supported the development of credit bureaus in more than 40 countries through advice and investment.
The Project aims to:
|Source of Funding||
|Amount of Funding||N/A|
Increased energy efficiency in industrial sectors
|Contact Information of International Financial Institution|
|Organization/Department||International Finance Corporation|
|Address||Business Center Orion, 4th floor, 21 Erkindik Boulevard|
|Phone||+996 (312) 626 162|