Nuran bank ceases operations due to intimidation by clients whose bank transactions had been suspended by the Attorney General

Publish October 14, 2020

Libya’s private sector, Nuran Bank, announced yesterday that it will suspend its banking services from today and until further notice due to intimidation by some of its clients.

The bank said that it was closing ‘‘for security reasons that have led to the inability of employees and officials to carry out their duties and carry out their work due to threats to some of those authorized to pass transactions suspended by the Attorney General.’’

It said that the relevant authorities have been notified of the matter.

The bank appealed ‘‘to all security authorities to assume their responsibilities to protect the bank as it is a public institution and to protect its workers’’.


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