Bai Tushum and Partners Bank has become a member Small Business Banking Network


The Small Business Banking Network (SBBN) works to accelerate the success of financial institutions that target underserved entrepreneurs by providing high quality operational and strategic services, peer learning opportunities and access to best practices and industry initiatives.

This powerful combination of reinforcing services dramatically increases the scale, profitability and development impact of the financial institutions that SBBN serves.

 The SBBN’s membership includes 59 financial institution members, including banks, microfinance institutions and non-bank companies – all working towards closing $800 billion dollar credit gap that exists for small and growing enterprises (SMEs) in emerging economies.

SBBN offers a unique combination of strategies and tools to financial institutions through:

➢ Drawing on regional and global experts to provide strategic and operational consulting services

➢ Connecting financial institutions within our network to share and disseminate best practices

➢ Driving thought leadership, disseminating research, and sharing best practices with our network members and the world


About the Bai Tushum and Partners Bank

Bai Tushum and Partners was founded in 2000 by the American international organization of development ACDI/VOCA. In November 13, 2012 Bai Tushum and Partners became the first microfinance organization in the Central Asia obtained full banking license from the National Bank KR. For 12 years activity the organization became the one of the large microfinance institutions in the Kyrgyz Republic with total assets of 100 million US dollars. Today, Microfinance Bank Bai Tushum and Partners entered to six large banks of the Kyrgyz Republic, serving of more 30 thousand clients.