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26th Monetary and Foreign Exchange Policies Conference

ID: 1395030501
Issued May 25, 2016
Learning Type: Seminar
Certification Type: National Certificate
Language: Persian
Course Duration: 18 Hours
Credential ID: -

Course Overview

In this conference, the Financial & Banking Experts discussed the central issues of financial system integration, monetary policy, and stable banking system structure, foreign exchange policy and foreign exchange market management, corporate governance requirements in banks, resistance economy, evaluation of the effectiveness of financing models in the Iranian economy.

The Central Bank of Iran (CBI), also known as Bank Markazi, officially the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran (SWIFT Code: BMJIIRTH) is the central bank of Iran. Established under the Iranian Banking and Monetary Act in 1960, it serves as the banker to the Iranian government and has the exclusive right of issuing banknote and coinage. CBI is tasked with maintaining the value of Iranian Rial and supervision of banks and credit institutions. It acts as custodian of the National Jewels, as well as foreign exchange and gold reserves of Iran. It is also a founding member of the Asian Clearing Union, controls gold and capital flows overseas, represents Iran in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and internationally concludes payment agreements between Iran and other countries.

Monetary and Banking Research Institute (MBRI)

The Monetary and Banking Research Institute (MBRI) (formerly known as Monetary and Banking Research Academy (MBRA)) is the research arm of the Central Bank of Iran. The Monetary and Banking Research Institute (MBRI) was established in 1990 out of necessity for a central repository of all the monetary and banking research in the country. Its activity is focused on research, consulting and publishing.


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