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Tejarat Partners With ATU

Tejarat Partners  With ATU  Tejarat Partners  With ATU

Allameh Tabatabaei University agreed on Monday to help enhance Tejarat Bank’s compatibility with international banking norms, including risk management, corporate sovereignty and anti-money laundering. During his visit to the university, Mohammad Ibrahim Moghadam, Tejarat’s CEO, said that his bank’s cooperation with universities is not [merely] for increasing profits, but it also seeks to help promote the role of academia in the economic development of the country, reported. ATU, established in 1984, is a Tehran-based state university specialized in the humanities and social sciences. Hossein Salimi, the chancellor, welcomed the bank’s move saying “Tejarat Bank and ATU partnership is win-win deal.” Tejarat provides banking services to 318 universities across the country. It has 90 branches and 40 sub-branches on their campuses.