Karafarin Bank & Iranian National Commission for UNESCO Sign Agreement

Karafarin Bank and the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO signed an agreement with the objective of jointly defining, designing and introducing an order of merit for creating employment known as the: Order of Karafarini.

In a meeting with the representatives of the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO, Dr. Mohammad Reza Farzin the managing director of the Bank said: “According to its newly ratified strategy, Karafarin Bank is determined to make it its main mission to make a positive contribution to job creation.” He continued by explaining that the Bank’s objectives in its two-year plan starting from 2020-21 until 2021-22 are: “The new strategy of Karafarin Bank makes corporate banking and supporting knowledge-based companies its main line of business. To realise this objective, it has been decided to take the first step by jointly defining, designing and introducing the Order of Karafarini with the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO.
Farzin continued by stating: “Signing this agreement, which shall bring about positive economic, social and cultural outcomes, is a new measure of Karafarin Bank in its quest for development is a representation of an effective step in the development of the banking system. We hope to play a potent role in developing Iran’s economy and to create a suitable environment for job creators.”
Hojjatollah Ayoubi, the secretary-general of the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO made comments about the measures and activities of this commission, stating: “In the past week, an agreement was signed to establish the International Centre for Comprehensive Watershed & Environmental Resources Management of Iran. Furthermore, another three Iranian cities joined UNISCO’s global cities, bringing the number of Iran’s global cities to 14. This cooperation agreement which was signed with Karafarin Bank is another important measure which has been achieved thanks to collaborations and consensus of senior directors of this bank.” Ayoubi continued by stating: “The Financial Literacy & Economic Intelligence Committee commenced its activities as of December last year. And the presence of Karafarin Bank as a member of this committee shall be particularly useful in elevating general financial and economic knowledge.” Having finally expressed his gratitude to Karafarin Bank for participating in the project he said: “Job creation in today’s world is a necessity, not a choice. Indeed, this a very sound method for achieving economic development in Iran, especially during such hard economic times.”
Gholam Reza Kazemidinan, the advisor to the secretary-general of the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO then stated that: “Karafarin Bank is one of Iran’s most transparent banks, which should find its mission in such fields, with the backing of the trust off its customers.” He then expressed his gratitude to the senior directors of Karafarin Bank, stating: “The signing of this agreement reflects the fact that senior directors of this bank are well aware of current social and cultural transformations and are taking effective steps in line with these changes.”
At the end of this conference, an agreement which focuses on joint intellectual and branding in the field of job creation and business was signed between Karafarin Bank and the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO. This agreement also entails joint participation in establishing a museum for highly regarded job creators and entrepreneurs, membership of Karafarin Bank in the Financial Literacy & Economic Intelligence Committee and in the Business Committee, as well as joint efforts in realising the objectives of these committees.

Sep 27, 2020