FABA Center's efforts to produce the content of new modern knowledge by publishing specialized publications and books

FABA Center's efforts to produce the content of new modern knowledge by publishing specialized publications and books
One of the steps that the FABA Center has put in place since its inception is to produce the content of new technological knowledge and publishing specialized publications and books in the field of banking, payment and financial technologies.

According to the FABA Center news agency, this entity aims to update the knowledge of the banking and payment industry activists, their familiarity with the technologies and trends of the day in the world, and to review the challenges, needs and achievements of the industry in the country, to publish specialized publications and books.
The publication of the Sekkeh Weekly, Electronic Banking Monthly and Iran Transactional Quarterly are the center's activities in this area.
Some of these activities include:
Electronic Banking Monthly; The First and Most Popular Journal of Banking & Payment
More than a decade ago, when the need for cultural development, promotion and strengthening of literature in the field of modern banking industry was felt, the "Electronic Banking" magazine was born to facilitate the process of cultural education, information and education in this field.
This monthly magazine was created at the time that there were still no special literature on the concepts, developments and new technologies of the banking and payment industry in the country, and no specialized magazine or site was active in this field.
By launching this monthly, FABA Center has promoted literature on emerging banking technologies and helped cultural development, education and information in this area.
Electronic Banking is a scientific, specialized and promotional publication that is widely distributed to managers and experts in the banking and payment industry and is also trying to mirror the ease of e-banking services, as well as the coherence and convergence of directors, decision-makers and active experts in the banking network and finally the information, education and culture in this field.
This monthly magazine is published in a specialized, expert and impartial approach. The aim of this publication is to promote culture, consolidate banking system activists, strengthen the day-to-day banking knowledge and simultaneously strengthen the spirit of competition and friendship among the banking and payment industry activists.
The purpose of this publication is to provide the platform for exchanging information and experiences of managers and experts, and to provide an opportunity for serious interaction between experts and managers of the banking system with experts and researchers.
Electronic banking, introducing new systems and methods of banking along with new communication and information technologies, designing new academic and research achievements in the field of banking, enhancing knowledge and skills of bankers, agents and banking system experts in their agenda.
Strengthening the communication and coordination among various banking institutions of the country, informing about events in the field of modern banking and introducing efficient technology trends in the banking and payment industry are among other objectives of this publication.
During several years of its activity, "Electronic Banking", has tried to strengthen the field of electronic banking, introduces the effective trends in banking and payment technology, and shares its concepts and applications by the support of professional and capable group. 
The strategies of this publication include: educational, revolve around a matter, prospective, modernity, plurality of views and interaction of thoughts, participation and interaction, variety of topics, attractiveness and variety of templates.
From Sekkeh Weekly to Transaction Quarterly
The FABA Center also publishes Sekkeh weekly magazines in the banking, insurance, stock market, financial markets, business and technological affairs. So far, 40 editions have been published in this publication, but due to the paper crisis, which has hurt publications these days, the current weekly is nerfed and has to continue to work in other forms.
Iran Transaction quarterly is another publication in Farsi and English languages by FABA Center and introduces financial transaction activists.
Each of the edition is dedicated to the description of the photos of the various periods of the Iran Transaction Exhibition. Opening ceremonies, meetings, seminars and workshops and the exhibition process, as well as its closing, have been archived in Iran Transaction Quarterly.
Three editions have been published in this, each with a illustration of one of the first three rounds of the ITE event.
Explanations about the FABA Center, the history and idea of organizing the Iran Transaction Exhibition, the strategy and approach of the event, the names of the sponsors, exhibitors and speakers of each round and the reflection of their holding in the media are other parts of Iran Transactional Quarterly.
The FABA Center is also active in publishing specialized books. Fintech book, The Impact and Influence of Financial Technology on Banking and the Financial Industry, is one of the works published by the Center's support and collaboration.
This book was written by Richard Hayen and published by Nasim Bazam by translating Siamak Dolati and collaborating with FABA Center. The Fintech Book in 12 chapters and 80 pages introduces and examines the functions of this concept.
Two books, each containing a collection of specialized articles in the banking and payment industry, are among other works published by FABA Center.
The center introduces books and related websites in its publications and media to improve awareness of banking, payment and financial industry activists. The creation of multiple specialized working groups in the field of technology, the production of content from the meetings held and its publication in the media of the FABA Center is also on the agenda of this center.


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