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Tehran, Prague to expand banking cooperation
Tehran and Prague will study the expansion of banking cooperation and investment opportunities in areas of industry, mines, commerce, health and treatment in a bid to further bolster economic ties, said Iranian Deputy Economy Minister Seyed Ali-Mohammad Mousavi at the opening meeting of the two countries’ joint economic commission.
Iran, Czech call for expansion of banking cooperation
Deputy Minister of Economy and Financial Affairs Ali Mohammad Mousavi said on Tuesday that Iran and Czech are to study expansion of banking cooperation, investment opportunity, industry, mine, commerce, health and treatment in the upcoming Iran-Czech joint economic cooperation meeting.
Tehran, Baghdad to increase banking ties
The Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Abdolnasser Hemmati, on the sidelines of his Sunday meeting with the Iraqi Finance Minister Fuad Mohammed Hussein, said that banking relations between Tehran and Baghdad will be eased to facilitate transactions between the two countries’ businessmen.
Pessimism clouds UK banking as demand for services drops
British banks have suffered their first drop in demand for five years as Brexit uncertainty, regulation and market volatility took their toll.
Iran, China resume banking ties: Source
An informed source at the Iran-China Chamber of Commerce said on Saturday that Tehran and Beijing have resumed banking ties after an Iranian bank started to broker money transfer between the two countries.
Iran-China banking obstacles removed: Official
The head of Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce said the hurdles in banking transactions between Tehran and Beijing were cleared.
ECB's Nouy: Eurozone needs large banking champions
The eurozone needs a few mega banks that can compete on the world stage, and banks need a deposit insurance scheme, Daniele Nouy, the head of the European Central Bank’s supervisory board, said on Wednesday.
Australian banking inquiry: Misconduct 'driven by greed'
Abuse and misconduct within Australia's banks and financial institutions were driven by a culture of greed, a landmark inquiry has said.
Use of online banking by people over 60
Experts from the Economics and Business Institute at the University of Seville have just published a study of the use of online banking by the over-60s, which shows that the digital divide of these users, far from being linked strictly to age, is more connected to psychographic characteristics, such as perceived self-sufficiency, anxiety levels, and the influence of social groups.
Iran, Croatia to expand banking ties, investment cooperation
Iran and Croatia underlined the two countries' willingness to further broaden banking ties and increase mutual investment.
Iran, Turkey pledge to ease banking problems
Iran and Turkey vowed to increase bilateral interactions and ease banking problems to broaden Iran-Turkey relations.
Tehran hosts Iran-Europe banking, business forum
The Sixth Iran-Europe Banking and Business Forum started in Tehran on Saturday.
Zarif calls for enhanced banking, private sector ties with Namibia
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Thursday called for more enhanced banking ties with Namibia and boosting the two countries' private sectors cooperation.

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