Muhammad al-Jasser, governor of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA), gestures during a news conference in Riyadh September 1, 2009. Saudi Arabia's central bank sees no risk to the country's banking system from two troubled conglomerates but it has set up a panel to examine the two and take appropriate action, the bank's governor said on Tuesday.    REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed    (SAUDI ARABIA POLITICS BUSINESS) By Souhail Karam
RIYADH, Sept 1 (Reuters) – The head of the Saudi central bank said on Tuesday the financial troubles of two private conglomerates could hurt the profits of the banks involved but posed no systemic risk to the nation’s banking system.