Arab Bank CEO eyes Libya return
- Libya: Tuesday, September 11 - 2012 at 11:30
Sabih Al Masri, the newly elected chairman of Jordan-headquartered Arab Bank has said the lender is seeking to regain access to its Al Wahda bank unit in Libya, after last year's uprising forced it to exit the country, Bloomberg has reported. "As a result of the events which took place in Libya, we have not been involved in the management of Al Wahda bank since early 2011," said Al Masri. "We hope to be in a position to discuss with the new authorities in Libya how we might reengage our presence in the country."
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