Banks Faring Well
Banks Faring Well
Monday, March 19, 2018

Banks Faring Well

Monday, March 19, 2018

Banks Faring Well

The Association of Banks and Private Institutions has released a statement, assuring the public that banks and credit institutions are well-regulated by the Central Bank of Iran.

The body criticizes some lenders for using the terms "bankrupt" or "financially incapable" while describing their counterparts in the midst of rivalry for attracting more deposits.


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