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Refinitiv launches FX & Money Market awareness program with Central Bank of Iraq

As part of the collaboration with the CBI, Refinitiv organised a specialised workshop hosting 19 Iraqi banks in Beirut, Lebanon

Refinitiv launches FX Money Market awareness program with Central Bank of Iraq
Press Release

In partnership with the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI), Refinitiv is rolling out an awareness program to promote FX global best practices in Iraq.

As part of the collaboration with the CBI, Refinitiv organised a specialised workshop hosting 19 Iraqi banks in Beirut, Lebanon. The workshop covered a wide variety of FX themes aimed at enhancing the practice, upgrading the technology tools, and cementing Interbank collaboration within the Iraqi financial and banking community.

 

“It is crucial we implement global practices as we move to a more regulated FX & Money Market (MM) Trading in Iraq. Our partnership with Refinitiv will raise the quality of our Interbank collaboration and allows our key banks to explore a new spectrum of technology tools used by FX and MM traders globally. We look forward to rolling out more awareness sessions aimed at educating the Iraqi banking community on the latest trading conventions and tools,” Dr. Mahmoud Dagher, General Director, Central Bank of Iraq.

 

“We are proud to be part of the CBI’s vision to develop a sound Iraqi interbank community. In today’s evolving FX markets, banks need flexible trading platforms and tools that provide control over electronic pricing, distribution and hedging to meet the growing demands of their client base and improve internal efficiency through automation,” Nadim Najjar, Managing Director, Middle East and Africa, Refinitiv, said.

“Our collaboration with CBI was the result of extensive research, preparation and coordination which will benefit the Iraqi banking community,” Najjar concluded.

Refinitiv offers the world’s leading independent source of trusted FX market insight, interbank and dealer-to-client electronic trading venues, workflow management, and post-trade and regulatory support for both sell- and buy-side market participants.

About Refinitiv

Refinitiv is one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data and infrastructure, serving over 40,000 institutions in over 190 countries. It provides leading data and insights, trading platforms, and open data and technology platforms that connect a thriving global financial markets community - driving performance in trading, investment, wealth management, regulatory compliance, market data management, enterprise risk and fighting financial crime.


https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/press-releases/story/Refinitiv_launches_FX__Money_Market_awareness_program_with_Central_Bank_of_Iraq-ZAWYA20191001085736/                 

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Pay attention to what CBI is doing, they are on charge of monetary policy.

 

CBI continues is moving towards an open market economy.

 

2016-2020 CBI development plan.

 

- IBAN ... International bank account number

- RTGS... Real time gross settlement 

- ICBS... Integrated computerized banking System

- ISO certified 

- E Banking 

- Mobile Banking

- AML / CFT.... Anti money laundering / counterfeit terrorism 

- ATM / POS / E-Card

- Financial inclusion

- FX money market awareness program 

 

Go CBI

Go open market economy 

Go international 

Go RV

Go $1:1

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Fat Lady pulled off plane in New York headed for Russia.  She is briefed on CBI’s progress, and asked to reconsider her singing career.   She ain’t happy...but she gets in the cab bound for the MET.  

 

 

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Remember back in the Bad old days when Abadi was trying to get issis out of

Mosul. Everything was held up because of instability in the country. Doesn't look

like stability in Bagdad even today. This bunch of thieves and power seekers will

never be stable enough to please the world markets and allow reform for what we want.lol

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