Iranian official: Iran banking sector has room for joint ventures with foreign investors

By REUTERS
July 23, 2015 13:14

 
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VIENNA - Iran's financial sector offers opportunities for cooperation between domestic banks and foreign investors, Iranian central bank deputy governor Akbar Komijani said on Thursday.

"Iran is enjoying a very vastly developed banking sector ... there is plenty of room for cooperation, with joint ventures between foreign investors and Iranian partners," Komijani said at a conference promoting trade between the European Union and Iran.

"E-banking has grown very much, but there is still a good opportunity to start business together in that area," he added.

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