THE GOVERNOR OF THE CENTRAL BANK PRAISES THE PERFORMANCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT BANK


The Governor of the Central Bank praises the performance of the International Development Bank

Economie

Wed, Jun 16, 2021 12:08 AM

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Baghdad/National News Center 

Today, Tuesday, the Governor of the Central Bank, Mostafa Ghaleb Mokhif, praised the management of the International Development Bank during his visit to the bank’s building.

The visit received wide attention from the financial and business sector in the capital, Baghdad, in particular, and Iraq in general, and constituted a positive anchor that the Development Bank deserves with its merit and responsibility, which demonstrates the importance of raising the level of performance to contribute to the economic construction of Iraq on the one hand and in creating solutions and creating opportunities on the other hand.

It is noteworthy that the International Development Bank was established in the year (2011) with a capital of (100,000,000,000) Iraqi dinars, and according to the requirements of the Central Bank of Iraq, the bank increased the capital in stages during the years (2013 – 2015) to become with a paid-up capital of (250,000,000,000) Iraqi dinars, equivalent to (210,000,000). ) US dollar and quickly became one of the leading banks at the local and regional levels, providing advanced banking services to all its customers at the level of individuals and corporate sectors.

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