Iraq Stock Exchange in Beirut to discuss technology solutions for applications


History of edits:: 2017/5/8 14:5881 times readable
Iraq Stock Exchange opened on Monday in the Lebanese capital of Beirut’s applications and solutions for securities trading technology conference, stressing the need to bring investments to the securities market.
According to Executive Director of the market , Taha Ahmed Abdul Salam said in a statement received by the agency Cup of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that “currently being held in the Lebanese capital Beirut , the conference is the second after it was last year in the United Arab Emirates, and that there were conferences and workshops between the conferences node inside Iraq and it has yielded positive results supported the market in his work. ” He said. ” The conference was attended by a group of high – level officials from the Central Bank of Iraq and a number of ministries of the Iraqi state as well brokerage firms and investment companies global”
Abdul Salam pointed out that ” the purpose of the conference is to achieve the goals that have to do in bringing investment and correction and correction trends that straw on financial markets and plans , especially its relationship with financial institutions and also with the market elements of shareholding companies and brokerage firms, specifically investors who are a tool to move the market.”
And Abdel Salam said “Iraq Stock Exchange Law talks about the capital market in Iraq , which consists of key elements dolly and developed for the work of the market and the Financial Securities , which is an organization of the rules of instructions needed by the market, as well as joint stock companies to disclose their data and review the annual and quarterly performance levels.”
Abdul Salam predicted that the “witness conference sessions and further discussions between the concerned Allqat investment companies in the securities markets.”


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