Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Mar. 6
By Demir Azizov – Trend:
Sukhrob Kholmuradov has been appointed as chairman of Board of Uzbekistan’s National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity, the bank’s press service told Trend.
Prior to this appointment, Kholmuradov worked as the first deputy chairman of the Board. He succeeded Saidakhmat Rakhimov on the new position.
Sukhrob Kholmuradov has been working in the banking sphere since 1993.
The National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity is Uzbekistan’s biggest bank. The bank was established in September 1991 as an agent of the government in international financial markets and currently operates as a universal commercial bank.
The bank is fully owned by the Uzbek state and has 14 regional departments, 90 branches and a subsidiary in Moscow.
Assets of the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity amounted to $5.719 billion and capital totaled $550 million in 2015.