Sedco Capital, a leading provider of shari’a compliant investment solutions, has assigned the external shari’a audit of its $160 million real estate funds to the Shariyah Review Bureau (SRB).
The two funds, which
Major auditing issues were discussed at a key meeting in Bahrain.
The National Audit Office of Bahrain (NAO) is hosting the 11th annual meeting of the International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions' (Intosai) Profess
Twenty key corruption cases are being actively probed following Audit Report revelations, it was announced in Bahrain.
Minster of State for Implementation Affairs Mohammed Al Mutawa said the National Audit Court Report included 46
Bahrain's Crown Prince last night pledged action over issues and violations highlighted in the Financial Audit Bureau report.
This came as His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Com
Bahrain has launched an initiative to boost auditing services in small and medium enterprises (SMEs), said a report.
Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Hassan Fakhro chaired a meeting with owners of a number of audit companies to a
Bahrain must drastically curb and reduce public debt - or face a potential crisis. This warning has come in the audit report, which fears an international ratings downgrade if swift action is not taken.
The National Audit Office R
Bahrain Airport Services (BAS) has announced it has cleared the biannual IATA Safety Audit in Ground Operations (ISAGO) for certification renewal purposes.
ISAGO is an audit system conducted in a standardised and consistent manner
Global accounting and audit network Russell Bedford International has appointed RBSA Audit Firm (previously known as Saoud Abdullah Auditing Firm) as its first member company in Qatar.
The addition of RBSA Audit Firm furthe
Gulf Air, the Kingdom of Bahrain’s national carrier, in its ongoing commitment to maintaining the highest level of international aviation safety standards has announced the successful completion of the IATA O
Western pressure that forced foreign ship classifiers out of Iran has increased safety risks including the danger of an Iranian vessel spilling oil on another country's coast, the chief executive of Lloyd's Register said.