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Consistently developing foreign relations, the Bank actively promotes the integration of the Republic of Uzbekistan into the international financial community.
In accordance with the tasks entrusted to the National Bank to deepen economic ties of the republic with foreign countries, increase the interest of foreign investors in economic reforms in Uzbekistan, attract investment and advanced technologies in the economy of the country. The Bank's foreign economic activity was aimed at further development and deepening of cooperation with foreign banks and international financial institutions.
Correspondent banks of the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of the Republic of Uzbekistan : German Commerzbank AG, Deutsche Bank AG and Landesbank Berlin AG, American J. P. Morgan Chase, Citibank and the Bank of New York Mellon, Swiss Credit Suisse and UBS, Japanese Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU) and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), Russian Asia-Invest Bank CJSC and VTB Bank OJSC.
In cooperation with foreign banks and international financial institutions (IFIs), the National Bank is working on further development and strengthening of bilateral cooperation, in particular, in the field of project and trade finance, as well as in the field of international settlements and treasury transactions. Main IFIs partners of the Bank: China Development Bank (CDB), China Exim Bank, Korean Exim Bank, Korean Development Bank, Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), International Finance Corporation (IFC).
The National Bank confidently holds the leading positions in the global banking system, annually participates in the prestigious ratings of well-known international publications. Since 1993, it is included in Top 1,000 World Banks rating published annually by The Banker.
The Bank's stable reputation as one of the professional financial institution and a reliable partner for its clients undoubtedly contributed to the expansion of correspondent banking relationships with the largest banks in the world. Thus, for comparison, in 1992 the Bank had correspondent banking relationships with 83 largest banks in the world, and today, the National Bank works with 694 banks from 80 countries.
As a member of many intergovernmental commissions, the National Bank represents the Republic of Uzbekistan in attracting funds from foreign banks and financial institutions to the economy of the republic, improving interbank transactions, developing new areas of cooperation with foreign banks.
High assessment of the leading international rating agencies remains relevant and important condition for further successful integration into the international financial and economic system, both of the banking sector and of the economy of the country.
Assignment of high ratings to the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of the Republic of Uzbekistan by authoritative international agencies is another evidence that the Bank has chosen a proper development strategy and that it takes the leading position in the domestic and foreign markets.
Today, the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of the Republic of Uzbekistan is a crediting and financial institution of the country having the ratings of international agencies including the Moody's Investors Service and the Standard and Poor's. The Bank has all "Stable" ratings.
The Bank's ratings prove that it plays an important role in the national economy, in attracting foreign investments to the republic and servicing foreign trade operations.
The Bank also offers individuals services for interbank and fast money transfers through international systems.
Currently, the Bank's institutions provide services for receiving and sending non-commercial money transfers of individuals via Western Union, MoneyGram, CONTACT, Tezkor Pochta, Migom, KoronaPay and Asia Express.
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