The FINANCIAL -- PASHA Bank, Baku-based financial institution providing corporate and investment banking services in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey, participated in the celebration of the independence day of the United States of America together with American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia. For the second year in a row, the Bank sponsored the traditional picnic that was held at the Embassy of the USA in Georgia.
This special event hosted American, Georgian and international families to celebrate the 240th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. U.S. Ambassador to Georgia Ian Kelly and AmCham Georgia Vice - President Michael Cowgill welcomed nearly 1,200 guests.
PASHA Bank is an active member of AmCham. The Chamber was founded in 1998 and it is the largest business association in Georgia representing about 200 Georgian and American companies. The primary mission of AmCham is to strengthen U.S. - Georgia business and economic relations and to give valuable input towards the improvement of the business climate in Georgia.
PASHA Bank is also a member of EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) as well as Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI).
“Considering the fact that PASHA Bank provides solely corporate and investment banking services, we always try to actively partner with the business associations and chambers that operate in Georgia. AmCham is one of our very distinguished partners and we are glad to have the opportunity to contribute to the celebration of the independence day of the USA. This traditional picnic is very popular in Azerbaijan as well and PASHA Bank has been a proud sponsor of this event on several occasions in Baku,” commented Mr. Shahin Mammadov, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors at PASHA Bank.