Bosnia Banking

The Deutsche Bundesbank, together with 19 national central banks of the European System of Central Banks, the European Central Bank and the European Commission, completes the EU-funded program to support central banks and banking supervisory agencies in candidate countries to the EU and potential candidates from the Western Balkans

Together with 19 national central banks of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB), the European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Commission, the Deutsche Bundesbanktoday was the closing ceremony of an EU-funded program for the benefit of the Bank of Albania, the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the …

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Can Britain turn Bosnia away from secessionism?

Following the decision of the former High Representative Valentin Inzko to impose a ban on the denial of genocide and war crimes, officials of the entity Republika Srpska (RS), led by Milorad Dodik, launched a number of processes which are a secession in all but name and would lead to …

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A founder who fled Bosnia as a child learned to code by hand. Here’s how he built his career in tech, selling his first company at age 20 and taking his last company to the stock market.

Epti founder Arli Mujkic, aged around 10, taken in 1996, and 35, taken in 2021. Epti Arli Mujkic was six when his family fled Bosnia for Sweden in 1993. His family couldn’t afford a computer, so he learned to code by copying books. Today, Mujkic is preparing to introduce his …

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Authorities arrest director of Bosnian pharmaceutical company for money laundering

Head of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s largest pharmaceutical company appeared in Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina for laundering more than $ 4.6 million, according to Sarajevo daily Oslobođenje reported Thursday. Nedim Uzunović, director of the Bosnalijek company, the largest producer of medicines in Bosnia and Herzegovina, based in Sarajevo. (Photo: Bosnalijek)Nedim …

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Middle East autocrats sigh with relief: US signals Democracy Summit will not change policies

The United States signaled ahead of next week’s Democracy Summit that it is unlikely to translate empty words into adherence to human rights and democratic values ​​in the Middle East into a policy that demonstrates seriousness and commitment. In A declaration, the State Department said the December 9-10 summit would …

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The sperm banking market is expected to experience a notable increase over the next few years by 2027

The global sperm banking market size was valued at $ 4,741.51 million in 2019 and is expected to reach $ 4,860.39 million by 2027, registering a CAGR of 5.2%. PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, November 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to the Allied Market Research report, titled “Sperm banking market By …

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International Banker Awards 2021 for Western and Eastern Europe

IIn light of the last United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, held in Glasgow, Scotland, much of the most notable recent banking activity has been around lenders’ commitments to cope with climatic risks. In the UK, for example, Bank of England (BoE) Governor Andrew Bailey confirmed in early November that …

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Microfinance Provider Partner Expands Energy Efficiency Portfolio in Bosnia and Herzegovina

With the help of the Green for Growth Fund (GGF), Partner has grown into one of the largest micro-lenders in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with over 60 offices. It has achieved an expansion of its rural clientele of 20%. With 5,000 microloans, Partner has helped clients in Bosnia and Herzegovina insulate …

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BTTS tips from Tuesday’s 20/1 World Cup qualifiers

With several European giants set to wrap up their respective World Cup qualifying campaigns tonight, our expert has one final fivefold of 20/1 WCQ BTTS tips to share. Plus, find out how you can bet £ 10 Get £ 30 at Betfred. Click here to join Betfred and bet £ …

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Guardian’s take on Bosnia and Herzegovina: High time to take a stand | Editorial

Bbetter late than never ? The United States and Europe are finally showing signs of realizing the dangers Bosnia faces. A long-rooted crisis has worsened considerably, with the chief representative of the international community, Christian Schmidt, warning that the country could soon erupt. He described a “very real” prospect of …

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