October 02, 2017
Payroll Settlement Project
Project to reform the payroll payment mechanism employees of institutions and State departments
The project aims to pay salaries to state employees through cards issued by banks operating in Iraq and aims to reduce the total cost of the process of paying salaries and keeping cash in the banking system, the benefit of employees is to obtain a bank account that enables them to deal with all machines ATM and POS inside and outside the country as well as benefiting from all other banking services made available by banks such as access to loans and others, as well as the use of cards from security rather than cash retention, and that the bank's strategy in creating a secure competitive environment For banks to make offers, and the employee has the right to choose the bank according to the best financial and banking services and the most appropriate price.
Banks contributing to the Payroll Settlement Project:
(Rafidain Bank, Rasheed Bank, Ashur International Bank, Iraq Trade Bank, International Development Bank, Industrial Bank, Ceyhan Bank, Bank of Iraq, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Bank of Baghdad, Byblos Bank, Middle East bank, Lebanese accreditation Bank, Gulf Bank.
1. Decision of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers in their numbered books. G/10/1/uncles/29805, T/4/22631, G. L/10/1/5/27448... dated 2/11/2016, 17/7/2017 and 23/8/2017... To download click here https://cbi.iq/static/uploads/up/file-150693223642545.pdf
2. The wording of the legal agreement that ministries can adopt as a guideline when contracting the relevant authorities... To download click here https://cbi.iq/static/uploads/up/file-150693231820067.pdf
3. Salary file formula to be issued by the payroll system ministries and institutions to be adopted in the transfer of funds through the payment system in a safe and efficient manner... To download click here https://cbi.iq/static/uploads/up/file-150693211127984.zip
4. Our written numbered Nos. 9/2/17977 and 23/296 and historians in 25/12/2016 and 5/3/2017... To download click here https://cbi.iq/static/uploads/up/file-150693247441486.pdf
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