Lebanon's Credit Libanais eyes expansion in Middle East, Europe .

By bne IntelliNews March 18, 2011
Lebanon's Credit Libanais plans to expand in the Middle East and Europe in the coming period as part of its plans to expand oversees and diversify income, bank executive Joseph Torbey told The Daily Star. The bank received a licence to operate two branches in Iraq and is interested in expanding in Europe. Credit Libanais has branches and offices in Cyprus, Bahrain, Canada and a joint-venture bank in Senegal.

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