The Project is to create one of Afghanistan's first private financial institutions. AIB will provide a range of financial services - including credit and savings, payment transfers, trade finance and SME lending. The bank will also aggressively market to NGOs and donor organizations as potential clients in order to support the efficient and secure mobilization of the capital necessary to facilitate Afghanistan's reconstruction efforts.
Latest Project Documents
|Afghanistan International Bank: Project Data Sheet (Dari Translation)||Mar 2013|
|Afghanistan International Bank: Project Data Sheet (Pashto Translation)||Mar 2013|
|Afghanistan International Bank||Dec 2010|
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