Has become in the present economic system, the success of any country depends on the effectiveness and success of the banking system in that country .. and the extent of their ability to finance the overall economic development, and their ability to assemble surpluses access to the various sectors, in addition to the multi-banking services, which has become the modern banks compete with one another in order to provide the best services to its customers ..
Whenever the evolution of the banking system form, followed by development in the form and order followed economic, if we know that more developing countries are suffering today from the failure of the apparatus banking and weak and limited potential, and in order to develop it invites them to develop concrete policies, plans and process appropriate order to achieve its objectives and directing its activities ..
And because Iraq is today in the forefront of the underdeveloped countries, which suffer from its banking system Although imperfect and many problems, and to play in the reform of the banking system's leading role in the transition from a centralized economy to a market economy .. From this point of our research it will include four main areas:
First: we are exposed to how the stages of the emergence of the Iraqi banking system until the present day ..
The second axis: will be devoted to attempts to reform the banking system starting from the issuance of the Banking Act No. 94 of 2004, the Central Bank Law No. (56) for the year 2004, and the Anti-Money Laundering Law No. (93) for the year 2004.
The third axis: We will move the most important trials of the Arab countries in the development of the banking sector, which is today at the forefront of cutting-edge state within this sector, namely, (Arab Emirates and Bahrain).
Theme IV: We tried to review the Platform for the desired reform in this sector, according to the vision of some specialists and experts.
Prepared by: Eng Haider Hamid Alkraiti
Studies and Information Department - Najaf Chamber of Commerce
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