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Samson » March 9th, 2019

Communications: Launch of electronic signature next week

9th March, 2019

The Ministry of Communications announced the launch of the "electronic signature" next week, aimed at building an integrated information system.

The ministry said in a statement that it will officially launch the electronic signature, mainly to build a solid information system in the sectors that affect the lives of citizens, especially the banking and financial sector in ensuring the access of salaries and subsidies to the beneficiaries.

"The ministry will set up specialized workshops to introduce electronic signatures and its role in automation," the ministry said. LINK

MilitiaMan » March 9th, 2019

Everyone is going to be coming to town. Even Rouhani and his CBI is coming to town next week.. Sign him up.. Trade in NEW CATEGORIES and not at any program rate. Can't go on the NASDAQ at 1190... lol ~ MM

Rommy » March 9th, 2019

Attention all Iraqi citizens, its your move --- time to head to your banks!

Samson » March 9th, 2019

IBBC Spring Conference 2019 - Iraq – Financing a Modern Economy

10 April, The Mansion House, London

Join IBBC, its members and the international business and finance community for a full agenda of expert speakers, UK & Iraqi politicians and many networking and business development opportunities.

With a strong focus on the banking & financial sector in Iraq this year, we expect the most prominent institutions from Iraq, the UK and international financial organisations involved in Iraq to attend. Other sessions will focus on Oil & Gas, human capital and capacity building in the public sector.

H.E. Dr Fuad Hussein, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance will lead a high level delegation alongside Dr Mehdi Al Alak, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, officials from the Central Bank of Iraq, a delegation from the Union of Private Banks and the Governors of Erbil, Sulamania and Karbala.

Round-table discussions will take place with Iraqi officials where delegates can engage in concentrated debates on country specific issues.

Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne, President of IBBC and the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Iraq, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan & Kazakhstan will open the conference, alongside The Lord Mayor Locum Tenens, H.E. Dr Fuad Hussein, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and Jon Wilks CMG, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Iraq.

Conference Sessions & Speakers

The Banking Sector in Iraq
Panellists: Dr Mazen Sabeh Ahmed, Central Bank of Iraq; Standard Chartered Bank; UK Export Finance (UKEF); Iraq Private League
Stock Marker & Investment Opportunities
Panellists: Iraq Stock Market; Rabee Securities
Oil & Gas
Panellists: Shell; BP; Chevron
Capacity Building in Iraq
Panellists: Dr Renad Mansour, Chatham House; Prof. Mohammed Al-Uzri, University of Leicester

In addition to this day at the Mansion House, IBBC will also be hosting a second day at the DIT Conference Centre in Victoria, where working with DIT, BEIS and the British Chambers of Commerce, UK businesses will have an opportunity to showcase their wares in front of over one hundred visiting Iraqi business people and officials. You can find more information on IBBC’s Iraq Business Forum here.

More information and speakers to be announced in the coming weeks. LINK

Don961 » March 9th, 2019

A major corruption surprise .. Officials flee money in the names of employees of the interior out of Iraq


The Parliamentary Integrity Committee revealed on Saturday that officials in the government have smuggled money in the names of employees of the Ministry of the Interior out of Iraq, noting that the Integrity Commission and the Interior have a delay in following up these files.

A member of the committee, MP Kazem Sayadi told "News", that "government officials have smuggled money out of Iraq, the names of members of the Ministry of Interior and other ministries."

He explained that "the spoilers fled the amount of 50 billion dinars from Iraq to Abu Dhabi by names close to them," noting that "integrity pursued this money and will reveal the names of spoilers during the next parliament sessions."

Al-Sayadi added that "the Integrity Commission and the Office of the Inspector-General in the Ministry of the Interior, have little delay in following up these files," noting that "there are some influential spoilers introduced by the government in the system of control and legislation." link

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