CBB website wins eGovernment award
Manama, May 18, 2011
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) received an award of excellence at the 2011 e-Government awards for the e-Economy category.
This award comes in recognition of the new and improved website launched by the CBB in July last year.
The website provides clearer links to the CBB's rulebook, and contains extensive economic and financial data and information about the CBB.
It features straightforward access to all directorates within the CBB, as well as statistical information which has been structured to accommodate the requirements of financial users as well as researchers and students.
'We are delighted to win the e-Government excellence award for 2011 e-Economy,' CBB Governor Rasheed Al Maraj said.
'The CBB is committed to providing the most advanced technology services enabling both existing and prospective licensees and users to find the CBB's relevant regulatory requirements and information in a timely way.
'I would also like to thank the CBB team for their efforts to keep the website in line with international standards.
'This achievement will help promote the development of electronic services in Bahrain in line with the Economic Vision 2030,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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