The central bank agrees to rehabilitate the Warka Bank

Alsumaria News / Baghdad - The Board of the Central Bank's management, Sunday, on the rehabilitation of the Warka Bank.

The bank said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it, that "the Board of the Central Bank Board of Directors approved, today, the rehabilitation of the Warka Bank."

He added that "rehabilitation will be prepared within the plan for this purpose."

It was the face of the Iraqi Central Bank, on Wednesday (19 December 2012), warning liquidation of the Warka Bank for Investment & Finance repaid unless the amount of 200 billion Iraqi dinars.

Warka Bank for Investment and Finance, which was established in 1999.130 branches and 350 ATMs across Iraq has.

It is noteworthy that Iraq has seven state-owned banks and 23 private banks and eight Islamic private banks, according to the central bank's website, while the banking sector is dominated by banks, Rafidain and Rasheed Aovernmaan.