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What does CBP stand for?

CBP stands for Code of Banking Practice (various locations)

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The Governor of the Bank of Namibia, Mr Ipumbu Shiimi and the Chairman of the Bankers Association of Namibia, Mr Christo de Vries, jointly launched the Guidelines for Lodging Customer Complaints of the Bank of Namibia and the Code of Banking Practice of the Bankers Association of Namibia at a function held in Windhoek on Thursday, 28 February.
Mr Fulad said slapping travel bans on people was common practice by Bahrain by banks and questioned whether it complied with the International Code of Banking Practice.
Wong said the HKAB will be more active in lobbying the government, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority -- the territory's de facto central bank -- and other parties over issues that affect the banking sector, such as the development of the Code of Banking Practice.
We are delighted that such a prestigious conference is being held in Bahrain at this time, as it gives us an opportunity to ask Mr Al Maraj why the rules of the International Code of Banking Practice are flouted in Bahrain," said Mr Fulad.
As Bahrain is set to host first GCC Private Banking Conference, to take place on 7 March, 2012 in partnership with the Bahrain Economic Development Board, questions are being asked by Human Rights organisations about the legitimacy of travel bans placed on customers in violation of the International Code of Banking Practice and against the stance that His Majesty King Hamad bin Khalifa Al Khalifa has made in his commitment to upholding human rights treaties in Bahrain.
This must be in violation of the international code of banking practice.