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CBI News 07/17/2019

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 July 17, 2019
The cycle of liquidity transfers between banks in Erbil

 


Within the series of courses organized by the Center for Banking Studies at the Central Bank of Iraq, opened in the branch of Erbil for this bank the cycle of liquidity transfers between banks on Tuesday, 16 July 2019 and will continue until 18 July 2019 .

This session came to enhance the expertise and skills of the staff of banks after the approval of the draft liquidity transfers under the decision of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Iraq No. (3) for the year 2019.

The session examines the process of transferring liquidity from surplus banks to banks with deficits, with the intervention and supervision of the Central Bank of Iraq, and this process is one of the biggest challenges facing traditional banking and Islamic alike. A number of employees of government and private banks in Baghdad and the Kurdistan region are participating in the course .


 

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11 hours ago, ChuckFinley said:

That is one happy crew. lol

 

Apparently " Gilligan's Island " isn't as popular as was once thought . . . ;)

 

10YL+6&:rocking-chair:

 

6 hours ago, Sage449 said:

Not many there......

 

 

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