Mosul hosts a joint meeting to activate the CBE’s credit initiatives 


 

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Economy News _ Baghdad

Held in the city of Mosul, a joint meeting between the Central Bank of Iraq and the Association of Iraqi private banks and a number of leaders of the private sector and banking departments in the province to activate the initiatives of the Central Bank of the private sector.

A source in the Association of Private Banks, in an interview with “Economy News”, that “under the supervision of the Central Bank of Iraq and the Association of Iraqi private banks held in the city of Mosul, the joint meeting between leaders of the private sector and banking departments in the province of Nineveh to activate the initiatives of the Central Bank of Iraq credit to the Iraqi private sector “He said.

The source added that the meeting was attended by “the head of one-trillion-dollar initiative to finance small and medium enterprises Ahmed Ibrahim and the regional director of the Association of Iraqi private banks, Muhammad Munther,” noting that there are a number of participants in the meeting, including “the Economic and Finance Committee and the Industry Committee and the Committee on Agriculture in The Nineveh Provincial Council, the directors of the branches of government and private banks operating in Nineveh, Nineveh Investment Commission, the Ninawa Chamber of Commerce, the Faculty of Management and Economics at Mosul University, the Engineers Syndicate, the Bar Association and a number of businessmen. 

He stressed that “one of the most important points that were discussed obstacles facing banks in the city of Mosul and the search mechanisms to accept borrowing requests for small and medium-sized enterprises and identify the conditions of banks covered by credit coverage.”

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