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Bankers hold an important meeting to discuss economic decisions

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Post by rocky on Mon 09 Mar 2020, 1:40 pm

Bankers hold an important meeting to discuss economic decisions

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Economy News - Baghdad
A number of bankers held a meeting at the headquarters of the Iraqi company to finance small and medium enterprises to discuss a set of economic and banking decisions.
Participated in the meeting, the delegated director of the Iraqi Commercial Bank, Nuri Al-Dubais, the executive director of the Iraq Stock Exchange, Taha Ahmed Abdel Salam, and the United Bank Abdul Rahman Al-Sheikhly, the authorized director of the Iraqi Company for Small and Medium Enterprises Financing, Sulaf Hussain, advisor Adnan Chalabi and advisor to the Association of Iraqi Private Banks Khawla Al-Asadi and advisor Hamid Abdal Majeed.
The meeting also discussed, among other things, the Central Bank’s instructions for housing loans and the conditions contained therein.
While they stressed the importance of the Central Bank’s decision on housing loans in addressing the housing crisis and supporting citizens to improve their living conditions.
 The meeting also discussed a mechanism for activating bank shares in the Iraq Stock Exchange, in cooperation between banks, the Central Bank and the Securities Commission to prepare a study on this topic.

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