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Economy News / Baghdad ...
 
 
 
 Rafidain Bank in the face of its branches in Baghdad and the provinces on the need to attract capital from the citizens and not to put obstacles in front of them and convince them to deposit their money in the bank rather than domestic savings.
 
According to a statement of the bank got "Economy News", a copy of the day, that "the bank hosted a panel discussion chaired by Director General of the bank mandated by student Jabbar with the participation of departments and branch managers in Baghdad as well as the Commissioner for global smart card company Director Bahaa Abdul Hussain."
 
He said: "The meeting dealt with a set of observations and suggestions and guidance, which included the need to improve the performance of branches and raise the level of productivity and the benefits and re-evaluate the performance."
 
According to the statement he urged the director of the bank "branch managers to develop work and friction with the citizens and overcome the obstacles in front of them and invited them to improve their work and provide better services to citizens."
 
 
 
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History of edits:: 12/21/2016 11:48 • 82 visits readable
Rafidain Bank calls on citizens to deposit him home instead of saving
[Where - Baghdad] 
face Rafidain Bank branches in Baghdad and the provinces on the need to attract capital from the citizens and not to put obstacles in front of them and convince them to deposit their money in the bank rather than domestic savings.
Press office of the bank said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of the "bank hosted a panel discussion chaired by the Director of the bank Khawla student Jabbar with the participation of departments and branch managers in Baghdad, as well as the managing director for global company smart card Baha Abdul Hussain and dealt with a series of observations session and proposals and directives , which included the need to improve the performance of branches and raise the level of productivity and the benefits and re - evaluate the performance. " 
"The director urged the bank branch managers to develop work and friction with the citizens and overcome theobstacles in front of them and invited them to improve their work and provide better services to citizens." 
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History of edits:: 12/21/2016 11:36 • 133 visits readable
Rivers directed its branches to attract capital and to persuade citizens to deposit their money in the bank
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} face Rafidain Bank branches in Baghdad and the provinces on the need to attract capital from the citizens and not to put obstacles in front of them and convince them to deposit their money in the bank rather than domestic savings.
He said Bayat , the bank agency {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, on Wednesday, he said that " the bank hosted a panel discussion chaired by Director General of the bank mandated by student Jabbar with the participation of departments and branch managers in Baghdad as well as the Commissioner for global company smart card Director Bahaa Abdul Hussain." 
He said : " The meeting dealt with a set of observations and suggestions and guidance , which included the need to improve the performance of branches and raise the level of productivity and the benefits and re - evaluate the performance." 
According to the statement urged the director of the bank "branch managers to develop work and friction with the citizens and overcome the obstacles in front of them and invited them to improve their work and provide better services to citizens , " .anthy
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Good morning Yota, top of the day to ya my friend  :twothumbs:

"The meeting dealt with a set of observations and suggestions and guidance"

Here's a suggestion, raise the value of your currency, even a little will motivate people to move their "chunk money" from underneath their mattresses and into financial institutions. Perhaps the liberation of Mosul will bring forth a renewed confidence in the overall minds of the Iraqi's  :eyebrows: Things are moving forward DV, even though Parliament is on their break.........again, i'm sure the forward momentum is continuing behind the scenes. 

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3 hours ago, cbs71 said:

Still kills me today about how they stack their money against the window.  They've been doing this for years...LOL!!!

Cracks me up also.

When they change the value I bet they don't treat it like monopoly cash.

Their counter tops will be cleaned off in near future. (There's your sign)

Hopium

FWD

GO RV

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2 hours ago, Laid Back said:

Trying to get as much dinar they can into the banks before the the BIG Bang.!!!

Go RV

From your lips to RV Gods ear's.

Christmas morning please! :praying:

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