Rabih Nehme, Head of Risk at the Banking Control Commission speaking during the conference. The Daily Star / Hassan Shaaban
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Arab banks are keen to implement all international financial regulations to avoid incurring risks in any of their operations in the region and worldwide, said Wissam Fattouh, secretary-general of the Union of Arab Banks, at a banking conference Wednesday.Fattouh praised the Central Bank for adopting a policy aimed at protecting the banking system from all possible risks.From his part, Rabih Nehme, head of risk at the Banking Control Commission, focused on the efforts made by the banking control commission in Lebanon to benefit most from the implementation of the international regulations in a way that improves risk management practices in banks operating in Lebanon.
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