Trade Bank of Iraq Digital Transformation Initiatives

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The Trade Bank of Iraq was established in 2003 by the U.S. Administrator to Iraq Paul Bremer, originally to finance trade deals and replace the oil for food program. It is one of four special purpose banks established after the Second Gulf War.[1] TBI is owned by the Iraqi government itself but operates as a commercial bank with a virtual monopoly on letters of credit for government purchases, giving it immense political leverage over the Iraqi government.

609 AL-Mansour District Street No.16 , Building No. 22
Baghdad, 12043 , x
+964 790-224-1368
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IT Decision Makers and Key Stakeholders at Trade Bank of Iraq

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