11th August 2020
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    • Bank Shahr is moving in the Right Direction

      Deputy of Finance and Economy of the Municipality:

      Bank Shahr is moving in the Right Direction

      Bank Shahr is moving in the Right Direction

      Referring to the achievements of Bank Shahr in providing appropriate banking services to the citizens and determining the contracts and cleared lands with the municipality and banks, Tehran’s Deputy of Finance and Economy of the municipality said

      According to the Communication and Public Relations Center of Shahr Bank, Abdolhamid Emami, referring to the Extraordinary General Assemblies held in 2018 and 2019 of Bank Shahr, said: “Based on the opinion of the independent auditor and the measures taken to correct the financial statements of the mentioned years; Currently, there is an acceptable discipline in Bank Shahr.
      Stating that all the pillars of the bank are working to realize the rights of shareholders and provide quality services to the citizens and customers of the banking network, he continued: “Certainly the growing trend of Bank Shahr in the current year will continue with better utility.”
      Tehran Municipality’s Deputy Minister of Finance and Economy said: “Attracting people’s capital and spending it on production, civil and service affairs has been a way for the country’s growth, which is being implemented in Bank Shahr.”
      Emami pointing out that Bank Shahr has been able to rank fifth among the country’s popular banks in the last two years with significant progress in the banking network, and specified: “Despite the short history of this bank’s activity, compared to most of the country’s banks, it has been able to perform very well in the area of providing services to the management of the cities and citizens.”
      In the end, by emphasizing the need to increase interactions between the city bank and the municipalities, he said: “This issue will pave the way for the parties to make more use of the existing potentials to better serve the citizens.”