CJSC Halyk Bank Tajikistan provides assistance to two local hospitals

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According to CJSC Halyk Bank Tajikistan, the assistance included two ambulances on the basis of Damas Labo totaling worth 157,200 somoni, 1,562 pairs of medical disposable gloves, 1,000 double layered face masks, 500 antiseptic solutions, 100 medical protective eyeglasses, 100 super wind FFP-1 respirators, 200 uniform kits and 10 thermometers.


A total cost of the assistance is more than 200,000 somoni.


The handover ceremonies were reportedly attended by Nurlan Abilkairov, the head of the Board of CJSC Halyk Bank Tajikistan, Khurshed Habibov, Director of the Dushanbe Infectious Diseases Hospital, and Rauf Mulloboyev, Director of Hospital No 3 in the Bobojon-Ghafourov district.


Recall, CJSC Kazkommertsbank Tajikistan was renamed CJSC Halyk Bank Tajikistan after JSC Halyk Bank, a commercial savings bank in Kazakhstan, has merged with JSC Kazkommertsbank


CJSC Halyk Bank Tajikistan is now affiliate of JSC Halyk Bank. As of July 1, 2019, authorized capital of CJSC Halyk Bank Tajikistan reportedly amounted to 35 million somoni.


On July 1, 2019, CJSC Halyk Bank Tajikistan was granted a license to carry out transactions in national and foreign currencies, according to the press center of the National Bank of Tajikistan (NBT).


JSC Halyk Bank and JSC Kazkommertsbank signed the Transfer Act on July 28, 2018. The execution of the Transfer Act completes the assumption by Halyk Bank of all property, rights and obligations of Kazkommertsbank as a result of voluntary reorganization of Halyk Bank and Kazkommertsbank in the form of Kazkommertsbank’s merger into Halyk Bank.


Halyk Bank is the legal successor of the Soviet-era Sberbank (savings bank) in Kazakhstan, analogous to Sberbank in Russia. Its full Kazakh name translates into English as “National Savings Bank of Kazakhstan.” A member of the Halyk Group, it is headquartered in the city of Almaty.


Source: Asia Plus