The Central Bank pulls off a company to sell currencies for violation of law

21/08/2016 13:43

The Central Bank announced, pulling off a company for its conduct of external transfers to different countries, for trade cancellation certificate of incorporation granted them.

The Bank said in a statement it had received "range", a copy of it, he "decided to withdraw the company leave Beirut to mediate the sale and purchase of foreign currencies granted them", adding that "revocation is the result of serious breach of and especially with regards to undertake foreign transfers to the States and capitals of different".

The Bank asked the Commerce Department to "cancel the certificate of incorporation granted by it and providing delisting book company records and record book authenticated filter."

CBI was founded as an independent bank under its law of March 6, 2004, as an independent body, is responsible for maintaining price stability and monetary policy implementation, including exchange rate policies and being daily sessions for buying and selling foreign currencies except public holidays Bank which depends on these auctions.