Company Ki: We have a national responsibility to serve the citizen


Date of release: 2018/8/12 12:19 • 149 times read
[Ayna-Baghdad] 
Ki Company has confirmed the continuation of its service activity on a wider area within the country and commensurate with the needs of the Iraqi family, which requires easy access to advanced financial products.
“The company recognizes that it has a great responsibility to serve the citizens and meet their requirements to alleviate the burdens of life by providing financial services at a global level, especially as we are a national company working in close proximity to the community,” said Ahmed Kazem, director of the commercial department at the company. To provide all services and enhance mutual trust between the company and 7 million citizens holding the company card. ” 
Kazem pointed out that “the reality of payments in Iraq in a continuous development, where the company operates according to the requirements of the local market, which seeks sustainable development and requires sophisticated products, as confirmed by the instructions of the Central Bank of Iraq, which is the organizer of the electronic payment process and contributed to make a quantum leap in this area “He said.
He pointed out that “this national edifice works to provide products that do not burden the Iraqi citizen and easy and does not bear the additional financial burdens, and international companies such as Visa seeks in its plan for 2020 to make the authorization of financial movements on the network is biometric way, which makes the system of national pride In terms of design and performance. ” 
Kee’s family includes more than 7 million beneficiaries across Iraq.

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