Nasiri issues his new book from the Office of the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq


Governor of the Central Bank Ali Al-Aalak and banking advisor Samir Al-Nasiri

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BAGHDAD –
The economic and banking adviser to the Association of Iraqi Private Banks, Samir al-Nusairi, announced on Monday the issuance of his book entitled “Light in the End of the Tunnel: Economic, Banking and Banking Perspectives”, when he presented the first version to HE Dr. Mohsen Al-Alaq, Governor of the Central Bank.

The Governor blessed the publication of the book and the efforts of the author in following up the march of the Iraqi economy and analyze the reality of the banking sector and provide visions and proposals to achieve the required reform.

The book contains four chapters and 60 pages with 204 pages with an appendix of documents and tables. This is an analytical and documentary presentation of the positive and bright points in the process of economic and banking reform and the efforts exerted by the Central Bank and the banks during the years 2015-2019, which were manifested in achieving economic resilience during the economic and security shocks. Suffered by Iraq because of the decline in oil prices globally and the war on terrorism on behalf of the world.

The book dealt in a special chapter the role of the Central Bank and the Association of Iraqi private banks and banks in the development and community initiatives.

It is noteworthy that the new book is the seventh book of the author and presented to him by the Governor of the Central Bank Ali Alalak and Professor Khalil al-Shamma.

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