Qatar First Bank, a leading Shari’ah compliant bank in Qatar, has developed a new open architecture private banking platform which allows shareholders and clients to grow, manage and protect their wealth and assets.
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Saudi International Petrochemical Company (Sipchem) will begin investors meetings in May for a potential issue of sharia-compliant bonds, the firm said on Sunday.
Sipchem has appointed Riyad Capital and NCB Capital as managers of
The Gulf investment firm seeking to acquire a majority stake in Kuwait Food Co (Americana) has completed due diligence, the results of which will be communicated ‘in the coming period,’ a bourse filing said.
Asian shares and the dollar both lost more ground on Friday as investors began the new quarter in a cautious mood, with glimmers of life in China's economy offset by a darkening mood in Japan.
Activity in C
Sharjah has emerged as one of the most stable real estate markets in the region, thanks to the growing confidence of investors, the valuable opportunities it offers, the laws that regulate it, and the emirate’s modern infrastructure and pr
Egyptian investors can buy and sell shares on Nasdaq Dubai, a leading financial exchange in the region, through a newly created link with Misr for Central Clearing, Depository and Registry (MCDR).
The new link
The Middle East Investor Relations Society (MEIRS) has appointed Alex MacDonald-Vitale as its new chairman for the region.
He had headed the regional IR at HSBC Middle East for the past five years, said a state
There has been a renewed investor interest in the real estate of the northern emirate of Sharjah, traditionally an industrial hub, following the launch of several freehold properties for expats, said a report.
Having remained unde
Ibdar Bank, a Bahrain-based wholesale Islamic investment bank, has appointed Khalil Al Awadhi as executive director, Investors Relations.
Awadhi joins the bank with more than 30 years of experience in asset man
Private investors in Bahrain will now be required to pay for infrastructure services to support new projects. It is among measures approved by the Cabinet yesterday to enhance competitiveness and facilitate the investment process, said a repor