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21 June 2021

A Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between PASHA Life and ADA University

PASHA Life, the country’s leading life insurance company, has signed a memorandum of understanding with ADA University to organize events aimed at professional development of youth. The memorandum, signed on June 10, 2021, aims to strengthen and develop mutual cooperation in the field of education, to improve the quality of education and professional activities of students, and for this purpose to combine efforts ensuring close integration. In addition, it is planned to support the certification of students who have the knowledge and skills in the service categories defined by the company and meet the relevant requirements. Conducting educational exchange sessions in various areas and inviting company employees as guest speakers at events organized at the University will also contribute to advantageous cooperation. The cooperation agreement was signed by Niyaz Ismayilov, Chairman of the Management Board of PASHA Life Insurance OJSC, and Fariz Ismayilzada, Pro-Chancellor of ADA University. The said cooperation will cover a period of 5 years. “ADA University, which is constantly expanding its partnership relations with leading companies, has launched a new productive partnership with this particular initiative. The Memorandum of Cooperation we signed with PASHA Life Insurance for the purpose of training of highly qualified personnel for the robust future of Azerbaijan will trigger expansion of activities in this direction”.” - said Fariz Ismayilzada, Executive Pro-Chancellor. “PASHA Holding plays a locomotive role in the development of the country’s economy. The holding promotes the Agile methodology, guided by modern management principles. As a fast-growing company, I can say that there is a constant need for specialized staff, and for this reason, we think that ADA University students will be able to meet this demand. We will be able to contribute to the local market and the country’s economy by poiting out potential people. ” - said Niyaz Ismayilov.