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New CBI Announcement 08/09/2017

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Urgent and Important

All Authorized Banks

Financial Remittance Companies

Selling and Purchasing Foreign Currency Mediate Companies

Subject/ WARNING

 

 

Individuals and groups have been observed carrying out scams, frauds and blackmail claiming that they have some kind of effect on officials and employees in the central bank or trying to pass specific transactions with forged official authorizations, documents and letters.

We confirm that all allegations presented by those are invalid and not true, and Governor Office should be informed of it immediately whatever the character of the individual or the group. No one to represent orsubstitute or mediate on behalf of the bank administration and employees in all their levels whatever the relation between them (If it's true), the central bank is not responsible for whom being neglected and scammed on, since it is fundamentally illegal, rather than what's required from being careful, caution and investigate the validity of allegations and documentations.

 

Please inform all your employees on that and inform through Governor Office Email contact@cbi.iq

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 August 09, 2017
Iraqi central bank governor meets Iraq's representative to UN

Iraqi central bank governor meets Iraq's representative to UN
The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Mohsen Ismail, met Iraq's ambassador to the United Nations, Mr. Mohammed Hussein Bahr al-Ulum, on Monday, 2017/8/7, where HE the Ambassador congratulated the Ambassador for receiving the post of Permanent Representative of Iraq to the United Nations

 

 

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 August 09, 2017
Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq meets the Chairman of the Supervisory Committee on Lebanese banks 

Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq meets the Chairman of the Supervisory Committee on Lebanese banks 

The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq met on Thursday, 2017/8/3, Mr. Samir Hammoud, Chairman of the Supervisory Committee on Lebanese Banks and member of the Committee, Mr. Ahmed Safa and discussed during the meeting the status of Lebanese banks in Iraq to find out all the problems and obstacles facing them, especially as the Committee expressed all preparations for providing advice And training for the Iraqi banking sector also praised Hammoud on the procedures and work of the Central Bank in providing facilities for the work of Lebanese banks in Iraq 

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3 hours ago, 235snack said:

 

Your are raising the value of the Dinar how much?

1 to1 no 3 to 1:mexican::drunk::soon: come on RV

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CBI prohibits financial and banking dealings with North Korea

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Iraq's central bank on Wednesday issued a ban on banking and financial transactions with North Korea.

"According to UN Security Council resolutions on the prohibition of dealing with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), please take caution and your institutions do not deal with them in any form of financial and banking dealings," said a document obtained by Wardna.

The UN Security Council adopted a resolution a few days ago in which it stressed financial and banking sanctions against North Korea for launching ballistic missiles.

 

 
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Thanks Yota and DT ! I guess that tells us who is really in charge. Go USA ! Go DV ! Go RV ! And drain the damn swamp !

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