The Islamic World Bank denies the intention of the Central Bank to seize it
Economy | 08:06 - 11/18/2020
Baghdad - Mawazine News
The Islamic World Bank denied, on Wednesday, the news that indicated the intention of the Central Bank of Iraq to lay a hand on it, while confirming that it is impossible to break the bridge of confidence between the bank and its customers.
The bank stated in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that "In false news attributed to the Central Bank of Iraq, some websites discussed the intention of the Governor of the Central Bank, Mustafa Al-Katib, to lay the hand on the Islamic World Bank headed by Saif Badir, under the pretext of discovering some violations in dealing. With the currency auction, in an attempt to break the solid bridge of trust between the bank and its customers and the excellent financial reputation that it has achieved locally, regionally and internationally."
An authorized source in the bank said, "This disgraceful news disclosed as usual, like its predecessors, is false and unfounded," stressing that
"the bank is working with full powers and energy and with the best cadres to provide its services to its esteemed customers and it promises more success and progress in the future, and it continues with its successes and hard work, and does not pay attention to it." For such cheap lies."
The source emphasized, "The bank pledges to its customers to continue these successes and to provide them with the best in a way that elevates the reputation of the Islamic World Bank." Ended 6/29 N