Association of private banks calling for Iraqi banks to the introduction of modern technology in their wor


Economy News Baghdad:

Called on the Association of private banks, on Monday, Iraqi banks to the need to take urgent measures to introduce modern technology in their work, stressing that achieving the goal of financial inclusion after settling salaries of state employees, expressing their willingness to train bank employees on the latest banking technologies.

The Association of private banks in a press release, “Economy News” received a copy of it, “banking technology conference held in Baghdad on Saturday and Sunday with the participation of 30 companies from seven Arab and foreign countries stressed the Iraqi banks need to take quick action to increase electronic banking services and transition from the traditional scale to the scope of access to customers advanced and innovative means of electronic payment and new under the supervision of the Central Bank of means “, stressing” the need for cooperation and integration between banks and ICT for the purpose of achieving better and faster trading safe cash elk services See me. ”

She stressed that “the central bank’s strategy (2016-2020) are binding on all banks, especially in the field of modern banking technology and information technology and secure infrastructure have to be applied,” adding that “the resettlement of Iraqi ministries and staff salaries project became mandatory for all banks, and our goal is to achieve financial inclusion.”

And it stated that “the work according to the principle of banking technology represents the important link in the basic banking to stimulate the economic cycle of economic and banking reform”, expressing its willingness to “train Iraqi bank employees on the latest banking technologies.”

 

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