Money Protects inks agreement with Crowe MAK UAE, JRB Chartered Accountants

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The objective at large is to target and reduce UAE’s NPL (Non-Performing Loans) impairments by Dh 20 billion in 3-5 years which has a yearly addition Dh150 billion.

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