Trade missions


Supported by

Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan 

Azerbaijan Banks Association

Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United States

Sponsored by


Anglo Asian Mining PLC

Caspi Group USA 

A delegation comprising top executives from 11 leading Azerbaijani banks, under the leadership of the Governor of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan, embarked on a groundbreaking mission to the United States. Organized by the U.S.-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC), a Washington, D.C.-based trade association, in partnership with Azerbaijan Banks Association, this mission aimed to foster stronger ties between financial institutions on both sides of the Atlantic, igniting new avenues for bilateral trade and regional collaboration.


The United States and Azerbaijan continue to expand economic linkages through diversifying trade in agriculture, services, technology, renewable energy, tourism, and education. The mission led by the Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan aimed to actively promote engagement in financial services between the two countries for the benefit of dynamic private sector collaboration and improved commercial linkages between the United States and Azerbaijan.


The mission itinerary featured meetings between banking sector regulators and Azerbaijan private sector meetings with U.S. government officials at the U.S. Department of State, Department of Treasury, Department of Commerce, U.S. EXIM Bank and DFC.


USACC and ABA jointly facilitated the recruitment process for the mission transparently and inclusively. The mission was comprised of the following financial entities: Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan Banks Association, ABB Bank OJSC, Access Bank, Bank of Baku OJSC, Bank Respublika OJSC, Kapital Bank OJSC, PASHA Bank, Unibank CB OJSC, Xalq Bank OJSC, Yelo Bank OJSC and Ziraat Bank Azerbaijan OJSC.