The Iraqi banking sector since 2003 and up to the present time passes march can be considered a transitional period is still ongoing in order to build sound An Iraqi experience in determining the foundations and pillars of the national economic construction ...
The Iraqi banking sector since 2003 and up to the present time passes march can be considered a transitional period is still ongoing in order to build experience An Iraqi intact in identifying foundations and pillars of the national economic construction depends fiscal policy applications and cash Ekhalqat essential and important in this structural and institutional construction was a new beginning is the issuance of the Banking Act (94 of 2004) and the Law of the Central Bank of Iraq (56 of 2004) and the law of money laundering (93 of 2004), but this beginning, unfortunately, was the need to intellectual maturity and strategic planning in-depth knowledge backgrounds and by rent-seeking Iraqi economy, which depends on an essential resource is oil, which constitutes up to 60% of GDP and about 95% of its annual revenue budgets in the public. In addition, the laws above and in particular some of the relevant investment materials and the relationship with the Iraqi banking sector was obstructive in front of the new building of the economy in addition to that the lack of coordination between fiscal policy and monetary adopt all budgets annual general on the expected production and marketing of oil for large economic development without ambitions revenue to be There insight into the existence of strategic economic and promising consistent with the possibilities and capabilities and capacities physical and structural and human available and is particularly restrictive and stringent supervision and control over the private banking sector, which constitutes 48 commercial and Islamic banks and branches of banks, foreign and Arab Compared with (7) state banks account for (86 %) of the Private deposits and Government and a capital does not exceed its importance relative 31% compared with total funds of private banks capital, which led to the failure of this sector in turn contribute to development and economic, as the influential and the expeditious thing that made us usher good government program of the new government, which began its work in September 2014 and in particular the false axis Thirdly and private encouraging the shift to the private sector and paragraph (d) thereof which define pathways and mechanisms for public business development banking, which is definitely need to make great efforts of relevant government agencies with the government banking and the private sector for the diagnosis of the current economic situation and overcome the challenges and obstacles to reform and the development of the Iraqi banking sector and propose the foundations and strategies and promising to build introductions and features of the transition from the banking to the developmental role through the process all the mistakes and lapses in economic construction during the four upcoming years as a first stage and to the 2030 phase strategy with identifying paths of success and achieve the goals, according to the runway in the government program, It made us care about this field in the preparation and issuance of a new book that includes the challenges and obstacles to the reform of the Iraqi banking sector and propose the foundations and strategies to build a promising introductions and features of the transition to a market economy in accordance with Article 25 of the Constitution. And the strategy of private sector development for the years (2014-2030) launched by Prof. Dr. Haider Abadi Prime Minister and from the National keen that we contribute to what we offer our visions and ideas and proposals for economic reform and banking have issued this marked the book (the Iraqi banking sector - the challenges and the strategy of reforms) which consists of 187 pages and six sections and seventeen chapters included Mayati: -
1. The challenges facing the Iraqi banking system and banking reform policies in the new government program.
2. strategic reform and development of the Iraqi private banking sector until 2030.
3. mechanisms to involve the private banking sector in economic policymaking.
4. The economic effects of the Iraq budget of 2015.
5. shift the foundations of Islamic banking.
6. monetary policy in Iraq applications.
7. global economic the crisis and its repercussions on the economies of Arab countries and Iraq.
8. the impact of training and rehabilitation in the development of human resources Banking.
9. role of the media in the banking and economic reform.
We hope that the documentary be a reference for researchers and experts, which has been distributed free of charge for a service to our national economy that without a sound banking sector can not build a sound national economy.
(*) Researcher and economist
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