TenGer Financial Group LLC
International Commercial Center, Jamiyan Gun Street 9, Suite 16, Ulaanbaatar, Ulan Bator 14210
Retail & Commercial Banking
Investment Services & Portfolio Management
TenGer Financial Group LLC provides financial services to individuals and businesses. The firm is a regional family of companies that include XacBank, XacLeasing, XacSecurity, HNS, and TenGer Insurance built to provide financial services to customers. Its services encompass market research, investment advice, fraud detection, investor protection, execution, financing options, and risk management related services. The firm also provides assistance in corporate governance, risk management, internal audit, MIS, branch management, and product development. The company was founded in October 2001 and is headquartered in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
December 15, 2015
Private Equity International
October 30, 2013
Executives & Employees
Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director
Chief Human Resources Officer
Chief Investor Relations & Corporate Affairs Officer
Chief Executive Officer of Tenger Capital
Chief Executive Officer, Xacbank
Chief Executive Officer, XacSecurity
Chief Executive Officer, Tenger Insurance
Chief Executive Officer, XacLeasing
Board of Directors
Executive Director at Byblos Bank SAL
Founder at Ronoc Financial Solutions Ltd.
Professional at ORIX Corp.
Former Vice President at The MCS Group
Vice President at Mongolyn Alt (MAK) LLC
Former Senior Manager at Morgan Grenfell & Co. Ltd.
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National Bank of Canada purchases TenGer Financial Group LLC from Mercy Corps, European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (Private Eqty), Triodos Investment Management BV, IFC Asset Management Co. LLC, Equator Capital Partners LLC, International Finance Corp. (Investment Company)
ORIX Corp. purchases TenGer Financial Group LLC from Triodos Investment Management BV, Bamboo Finance Sarl
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