Iran’s Central Bank governor departs for Germany

TEHRAN, Nov. 18 (MNA) – The Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Valiollah Seif left Iran for Germany to attend the Conference of the 18th Euro Finance Week in Frankfurt.

Deeming the conference as one of the most credited gatherings of senior executives from leading European and German banks, Seif said, “the meeting will be held November 16-20 in Frankfurt while the issues regarding Iran and Europe will be dealt with on November 18-19.”

The session aims to promote the issues raised in Europe through policy-makers, authorities as well as those involved in trade and banking circles.

Various topics will be discussed at the conference including finance and banking issues, as well as matters related to oil and gas, tourism, agriculture, industry, health and the environment.

Iran’s Central Bank Governor is scheduled to make a speech at the meeting on Thursday on the restoration of relations between Iranian banks and European agencies as well as on the benefits of the presence of Iranian banks in the international financial markets.

Euro Finance Week is Europe’s largest industry meeting for the finance and insurance sectors and takes place from November 16-20, 2015 in the Frankfurt Congress Center Messe in Frankfurt. This year’s thematic focus is on the integration and regulation of the European financial and insurance markets.

 

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