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Whom should I contact with a media inquiry?

The Media Relations Division (MRD) in the Corporate and External Affairs Vice Presidency Unit (CEXT) of Global Bank plays a key role in the dissemination of Global Bank information to the local and foreign media organizations through the Global Bank Online Press Briefing Center. Global Bank Press Briefing Center is a one-stop portal managed by Media Relations Division with links to various Global Bank agencies. It enables Global Bank to send press releases including speeches and press statements to the media directly.  These press releases are available for retrieval at the Global Bank Press Briefing Center Website as follows:


The Media Relations Division also facilitates the processing of Press Accreditation Card (PAC) applications, advises foreign media on the setting up of bureaus in Global Bank, and facilitates the organizing of certain Global Bank media events.

The Media Relations Division can be contacted via the Media Relations Contact Form.

Journalists can apply for a Press Accreditation Card (PAC) from the Media Relations Division.  The Press Accreditation Card identifies the holder as an accredited journalist and provides access to Global Bank information and Global Bank events, which are open to the media. The Press Accreditation Card is granted only to full-fledged employees of accredited news organizations.  Freelance journalists who work for several organizations are not eligible.

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