Reports Related To : Banking

INTERNATIONAL BANKING OPERATIONS IN IRAN

International banking activities are peripheral to the main tenets of the Iranian banking system. Its main reason could be found in the fact that the banking system of Iran is based on the Usury Free Banking Act (1983). See More ...


The Legal System of Iran v the International Sanctions

The legal system of Iran, especially its international trade law, has been affected by sanctions imposed on Iran either internationally, or by the USA and the EU. See More ...


The Central Bank of Iran v Deborah D Peterson et al

It is reported on the website of thehill.com on December 27, 2015: Senators are considering extending a package of sanctions against Tehran set to expire next year. See More ...


International Banking Partnership of Iran and India

It is reported on the website of economictimes.indiatimes.com on December 31, 2015 that:Iran's Pasargad and Parsian banks will open branches in Mumbai and Delhi and Saman Bank will also do banking activity in India independently. See More ...


US Sanctions and CBI v Peterson et al

It is reported on the website of thehill.com on December 27, 2015: Senators are considering extending a package of sanctions against Tehran set to expire next year. The sanctions law—known as the Iran Sanctions Act—includes provisions ... See More ...


Financial Channels of Iran During the Sanctions

During the sanctions at least banks of four countries were involved in providing Iran with financial facilities: India, UAE, China and Turkey. Indian banks included UCO Bank branch in Kolkata, and Reserve Bank of India. See More ...


Lifting of the Sanctions on Iran, End of the Beginning!

Churchill once said: “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” The same phrase explains the Implementation Agreement between Iran and P5+1 See More ...


Finance and Leasing Law in Iran Case of Airbus

In an interview with Ilna on February 7, 2016, Mr. Ali Sabbaghi, a member of the board of directors of Iran Aseman Airlines explained that: One of the strong points in this contract [with Airbus] is to use ILF (international lease finance) ... See More ...


Electronic Payment Policy and Law in Iran, Iyzico v PayPal

It is reported on the website of bloomberg.com on February 15, 2016 (Isobel Finkel: Turkey's Iyzico Beats PayPal to Unlock Iran's E-Commerce System): An Istanbul-based payments startup says it’s signed a deal that smooths the way for companies seeking to follow it into Iran’s $400 billion economy. See More ...


Electronic Payment Law in Iran, Iyzico or PayPal

It is reported on the website of bloomberg.com on February 15, 2016 (Isobel Finkel: Turkey's Iyzico Beats PayPal to Unlock Iran's E-Commerce System): An Istanbul-based payments startup says it’s signed a deal that smooths the way for companies seeking to follow it into Iran’s $400 billion economy. See More ...


Internationalization of the Banking Law in Iran

Parliamentary elections in Iran are taking place today. The major stake in this election is the level of opening towards west, culminating in classifying the opponents into two groups: moderates and radicals. See More ...