Bank of Palestine conducts a business meeting with the Palestinian Federation of Industries

Bank of Palestine and the Palestinian Federation of Industries held a joint meeting, aiming to advance the Palestinian private sector and discuss and resolve the problems faced by owners of industrial factories to ensure better performance for their businesses.

The meeting was held at Light House restaurant at Gaza beach, in the presence of Mr. Alaa Al Redwan, Deputy General Manager of Bank of Palestine, and Ali Al Hayek, Vice President of Palestinian Federation of Industries, in participation of Bank of Palestine’s Department Heads, members of the Palestinian Federation of Industries and owners of industrial factories in Gaza Strip.

Bank of Palestine’s Deputy General Manager expressed his gratitude for the participation of the General Union and factory owners, stressing the need for communication and joint collaboration between them to identify the problems they face; he explained that the workshop seeks to provide a comprehensive picture about the Bank’s services and how to use these services and the benefits and support provided to owners of Palestinian industries.

The General Union’s Vice President thanked Bank of Palestine’s management, emphasizing on the importance of continuous engagement to discuss methods of joint collaboration and ensure better services to the private sector; he confirmed that Bank of Palestine acts as an infrastructure in Gaza Strip, as it serves factory owners and workers, increasing job opportunities and reducing unemployment rates.

Bank of Palestine’s Department Heads presented the financial services that the Bank provides to its customers, through a presentation about small and medium enterprises program, foreign exchange service, financial trade and electronic services, in addition to the services of Al-Wasta Securities Co. and their role in serving the industrial sector.

At the meeting’s conclusion, the Union’s members presented several proposals for the Bank’s consideration and agreed to hold more meetings with all sectors of the Palestinian Federation of Industries.

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