Central Bank the possibility of connecting to a network of banks unified communications

Member: The Finance Committee will discuss with the Central Bank the possibility of connecting to a network of banks unified communications

Date: Thursday, 19/07/2012 13:52

Baghdad (news) .. A member of the Finance Committee MP / National Alliance / Secretary Hadi, that his committee will be discussed with the Central Bank the possibility of linking banks in Iraq network, unified communications to facilitate the banking business in the country.
said Hadi (to the Agency news) on Thursday: The Finance Committee will hold a special workshop for banks Iraqi government and eligibility for restructuring, the presence of officials from the Central Bank and representatives of the Iraqi banks to put up the problems and obstacles that impede the work of the banking system. pointed to: that the most important topics that will be in the workshop, the discussion of how to link banks network unified communications within the system of “divided national” and agree on Develop a mechanism to unify its work to facilitate banking transactions. said: that the system of “divided the national” is one of the modern systems and needs to be enough time to apply because the country is still politically unstable, economically, and banks to now suffer from financial and administrative corruption, while the system needs to be infrastructure, integrated implementation and the stability of total in the country. and the Central Bank to negotiate with the Association of private banks to start establishing new electronic system called (split national) banks or telephone where the link all banks Iraqi government and private network unified communications are managed by a specialized international company to facilitate banking operations. It is noteworthy that the banking system in Iraq consists of forty-three banks as well as the central bank and distributed according to ownership between (7) state banks and (30) Bank of my family, including (7) Islamic banks in addition to (6) foreign banks. / Finished / 8. d. Q /
Source: ikhnews