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Economy News _ Baghdad
The Association of Iraqi Private Banks, on Friday evening, organized the activities of the second day of the week of financial inclusion, with the participation of 25 private banks, government and a number of electronic payment companies, on the land of Baghdad Mall.
The number of banks and electronic payment companies participating in the events 25 banks and companies, namely the Iraqi Trade Bank TBI, Al-Ahli Iraqi, Levant, Huda, Trust and International Development, Ashur International, Al-Ansari, Iraqi Islamic, Middle East, Islamic World, Al-Obd, Bank of the Mediterranean, Iraqi and International Islamic Union, Arab Islamic Bank, Baghdad, Smart Card (Key Card), Amwal Company, Al Arab Company and Zain Cash.
The director of administration and training in the Association of Iraqi private banks, Ahmed Hashemi, in an interview with “Economy News”, that the effectiveness today witnessed a wide participation by banks in addition to a good turnout for citizens to identify the products provided by banks and electronic payment companies, “adding that the participating banks To clarify to the public the importance of the bank in the development of the economy and support projects, in addition to how to open bank accounts and the use of electronic payment tools.
Hashemi added that “today saw the opening of accounts for free for citizens and the distribution of a number of gifts, including electronic payment cards.”
For his part, the Director of the Department of Awareness and Public Protection of the Islamic World Bank Fahd teacher, in an interview with “Economy News” that the bank today provided banking facilities to the public through the opening of bank accounts, indicating that a draw was made and the distribution of a number of gifts to citizens submitted by the bank.
“The objective of the Bank’s participation in the activities of the Week of Financial Inclusion is to introduce all segments of the community to the banking services we offer to our customers.”
“The Bank’s efforts continue to enhance the public’s confidence in the banking sector through the bank’s awareness campaigns organized by the bank throughout the year in public places and universities,” said Hussain Ahmed, Director of Awareness Department at Ansari Bank.
He pointed out that “the role of the Association of Iraqi private banks today is to increase familiarity between banks and joint cooperation among them to promote the reality of the banking sector and reach a common goal is to raise the confidence of citizens in Iraqi banks.”
At the end of the events, a lottery was held in which more than 150 citizens won, including electronic payment cards and electronic devices.