Caspian Energy Forum Tbilisi 2018 will be sponsored by Pasha Bank Georgia.
Pasha Bank Georgia to Sponsor Caspian Energy Forum 2018
By Keti Donadze
Thursday, March 22
Caspian Energy Georgia will organize the 5th International Caspian Energy Forum Tbilisi 2018 on April 18.
Pasha Bank, a provider of corporate and investment banking services to large and medium-sized enterprises, will partner Caspian Energy Georgia’s project. The project involves organization of a series of meetings for CEOs of Georgia and Azerbaijani companies.
Three meetings are planned in the frames of “CEO Lunch Tbilisi” this year. The meetings will serve networking purposes and provide comfortable space for sharing experience, updates end projections of the participating companies.
A large number of participants representing the European, American and Asian continents are expected to attend the forum due to the implementation of a number of large regional energy and transport projects, as well as international business community representatives in the Georgian economy.
First Deputy Chairman and CEO of the Caspian European Club, Telman Aliyev stated that the Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili and the government members, representing the economic bloc of Georgia, are expected to attend the opening ceremony of the event.
The Government of Georgia and Azerbaijan, Caspian European Club, Caspian American Club and Caspian Asian Club are officially supporting the 5th International Caspian Energy Forum Tbilisi – 2018.
Aliyev noted that Caspian Energy Forum is a traditional platform creating favorable conditions to activate a business-to-government dialogue, establish a close contact between the companies of the oil and non-oil sector, arrange meeting between the transnational companies and small-medium business representatives, as well as investors, experts and analysts interested in global cooperation between businessmen.
Up to 500 delegates will attend the Caspian Energy Forum Tbilisi, including the heads of public and transnational companies, international financial institutions, leading analytical centers, investment companies and rating agencies of the Caspian-Black Sea and Baltic region states, as well as representatives of diplomatic and international missions accredited in Georgia.
PASHA Bank, operating in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey, has a successful cooperation history with Caspian Energy in the frames of Caspian Energy Forum, which was held in Tbilisi back in 2014. The forum was covered all aspects of energy integration of the countries of the Caspian, Black Sea and Mediterranean regions into global energy markets as well as the development of the hydro and geothermal energy sector of Georgia and its prospects