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      Parsian Bank Board Member and Deputy Managing Director visit Public Relations Office in ‘Public Relations and Communications Week’

      Parsian Bank Board Member and Deputy Managing Director visit Public Relations Office in ‘Public Relations and Communications Week’

      On Wednesday, May 23, 2019, Mr. Khosravani, a board member of Parsian Bank, and Dr. Zarghami, its Deputy Director for Branches and Support, and the chairperson of the Publicity and Information Council met with the staff members at the Public Relations (PR) Office, in honor of ‘Public Relations and Communications Week’.

      Effective and widespread presence of financial group of Parsian bank at International exhibition of  petrochemical  substances, refinement,  gas  and Petroleum.

      Effective and widespread presence of financial group of Parsian bank at International exhibition of petrochemical substances, refinement, gas and Petroleum.

      Parsian bank attended at 19th International exhibition of petrochemical Substances , refinement, gas and petroleum.

      On duty days of new year , 68 per cent growth of  contacts  with customer contact center in comparison to last  year

      On duty days of new year , 68 per cent growth of contacts with customer contact center in comparison to last year

      number of answered calls in local telephone center of Parsian bank , on duty days of year 1392 was reached to 312 which had a 68% growth in comparison to last year

      In the 21st Islamic banking forum:Glory of three scientific characters from Parsian bank

      In the 21st Islamic banking forum:Glory of three scientific characters from Parsian bank

      In the first Islamic banking forum held in the High Institute of Banking of the Central Bank, three articles presented by experts from Parsian bank were among the 17 top articles extracted from MA theses which received awards.

      Warm welcome to Parsian mobile banking

      Warm welcome to Parsian mobile banking

      Following advertisements in the press and TV concerning Parsian mobile banking, more and more people turned to this service. Warm welcome to this Parsian service is demonstrated in the table below. Advertisement started on Sunday 28.11.2010.

      Parsian has issued 35% of all credit cards

      Parsian has issued 35% of all credit cards

      According to a report made by the central bank about the number of credit cards issued in the banking system till this June, with 35% of all cards, Parsian possesses the first position.

      Parsian managing director:Privatization, the mechanism to improve business environment in banking industry

      Parsian managing director:Privatization, the mechanism to improve business environment in banking industry

      The managing director of Parsian bank introduced expansion of private banking and privatization as the appropriate mechanism for betterment of business environment in banking industry.

      Managing director attended a meeting with Parsian employee in Fars and Khokilooyeh provinces.

      Managing director attended a meeting with Parsian employee in Fars and Khokilooyeh provinces.

      On the birthday of Shah Cheragh and a day to honour Hafiz, Mr Shayesteh visited the employees of Parsian bank in Fars and Kohlilooyeh provinces.

      243rd Parsian branch inaugurated

      243rd Parsian branch inaugurated

      In the inauguration ceremony of 243rd Parsian branch in Damavand street on Wednesday September 29, the manager of Parsian public relations department honoured the memory of sacrifices made during eight years of holy defense against Iraqi offensive. He referred to the expansion of Parsian branch network as a means of realizing customer –centeredness and beneficiary satisfaction. "Surveys and statistics prove the high quality of services in Parsian branches compared to other banks in the country. This quality is enhanced while opening each new branch.”, he added.

      The interview of Parsian managing director with Fars News Agency

      The interview of Parsian managing director with Fars News Agency

      Reporter: One of recent events in the banking arena is the question of partnership contracts. Since 2006, the issue of Islamic contracts and differentiating between them has been seriously discussed. The current regulatory package issued by the central bank has also defined and specified these contracts and designated the fees for trading and partnership contracts.
      As you know, partnership contracts leave the investors and facility receivers with carte blanche and their return is based on mutual agreement. The very fact that no specific interest rate is determined for partnership has tempted the banks to favour these contracts. Experts believe that private banks show stronger tendencies towards them. Could you explain a little about their applications and specifications? Receivers of these facilities are obliged to pay higher interests. However, there are still more and more applicants. Why do banks prefer these contracts?

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