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A High Commission for the development of legislation in support of banking

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A High Commission for the development of legislation in support of banking

Post by Hkp1 on Wed 20 Feb 2013, 10:52 am

A High Commission for the development of legislation in support of banking


20/02/13 08: 50

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–Mahala/sourcing Centre for the Iraqi media network (IMN) – composed of
the parliamentary Finance Committee a Committee of Al Rafidain Bank,
Rasheed, TBI, the parliamentary Economic Committee, Ministry of finance
and planning, with a view to developing legislation in support of the
banking business in the country.

Najiba, said Committee member
Najib (IMN) that "the Supreme Committee was formed comprising the
ministries of planning and finance and Economic Committee with
representatives from the Rafidain and Rashid banks and Iraqi trade to
develop legislation to support banking."

"This legislation
focused on electronic trading techniques alamelbastkhdam prosecuting
e-integration of private banks in the process of developing the heads
and raise their value."

The CBI said earlier that he intended to
transform the banks into large financial institutions after the
Government agreed to amend Law No. 49 of 2004 to merge small banks to
large banks

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