The Capital Market Authority carried out a tour of industrial and commercial facilities in the Hebron Governorate in partnership with the Hebron Governorate Chamber of Commerce.
The Governor of Hebron Governorate, Major General Jabreen Al-Bakri, received the delegation from the Capital Market Authority, where they discussed the economic situation in the governorate and the efforts made to achieve growth and stability. They also explored avenues of cooperation between the governorate, the Chamber of Commerce, and all components of the Hebron community.
In the same vein, the Chairman of the Hebron Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Abdo Idris, welcomed the delegation from the Capital Market Authority. He emphasized the importance of such visits in building comprehensive work programs that contribute to economic development. He added that it is crucial to meet the needs and aspirations of small and medium-sized enterprises, which play a fundamental role in any development process.
On his part, the General Director of the Capital Market Authority, Barraq Al-Nabulsi, stated that the Hebron Governorate constitutes a Palestinian economic incubator with all the necessary components for industrial, commercial, and financial growth and development. He emphasized that this visit aims to examine the economic development situation in the Governorate and discuss mechanisms to meet Hebron’s financial non-banking sector needs.
In a related context, the Capital Market Authority organized an informative meeting about the financial leasing sector in the Governorate in cooperation with the Hebron Chamber of Commerce and Industry, with support from the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation. Several financial leasing companies in Palestine participated in the event.
Lina Ghbeish, the Director of the Mortgage and Leasing Directorate at the PCMA, highlighted the significant and effective role that financial leasing plays in the development and growth of the Palestinian economy, as it supports the productive asset base and enhances the ability of local economic establishments to compete and keep up with technological advancements.