AZG Capital announces its upcoming operation in the Republic of Kenya, Africa

SEATTLE, WA, UNITED STATES, Aug 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – AZG Capital is pleased to announce that the registration process to operate in Kenya under the trade name AZG Investment Ltd. is completed. The company provides financial services, investment advice and parking solutions.

“We are very excited to begin our expansion into East Africa and look forward to helping the people of Kenya with their financial needs,” said John Hanson, senior vice president of AZG Capital Group. AZG Capital operates a collection of companies offering a variety of products and services and operates in two cities in the United States. The company offers services through its subsidiaries AZG Capital Financial Services, Ab Investment and Consulting Service and Ab Parking System.

Hanson continues, “We believe that all of our programs and services, of which there are many, are a perfect fit for this market and we look forward to bringing them to our future customers.”

The company’s customer-oriented approach relies on objective, tailor-made solutions and transparency. In addition, as trustees, they act in the best interests of their clients. They believe the first step in this process is to resolve conflicts of interest and work in partnership with their customers.

Further information on AZG Capital can be found at https://azgcapital.com/

About AZG Capital
AZG Capital is a Seattle-based, multi-service company comprised of a group of companies that provide diversified financial services, advisory and investment services, and parking solutions. AZG Capital has been supporting customers with their financial needs since 2009 with completely neutral financial advice and honest, reliable services.

Jessica Morris, office manager
AZG Capital LLC
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