Disruptive change is coming and regulators and financial institutions must embrace this change to avoid falling behind quickly, a key conference in Dubai heard last week.
The second annual Regulatory and Financial Crime Conference
The region’s most powerful banking and financial services executives will descend on Abu Dhabi tomorrow (Monday) as Meftech 2017, the Mena region’s most prestigious financial technology exhibition, gets underway.
Changing economic landscape of Qatar will mean that the framework governing the country’s financial sector would inevitably need to evolve, but maintaining financial stability remains the priority, says the Governor of Qatar Central Bank i
One Global has launched a mobile app as a single, secure platform for all digital financial services across the Middle East and Africa.
The Og Money platform, formerly known as PayIt, already has 900,000 customers across the region, sai
Some of the world’s freshest and fastest growing financial technology solutions are coming to the GCC to demonstrate how they could help revolutionise financial services in the Mena region.
Six leading solutions covering hot
Henkel, a leading manufacturer of consumer goods and adhesives technologies, will focus on four strategic areas for growth until 2020 and beyond under a plan summarised as ‘Henkel 2020+’.
The priorities for the company
The European Union and Egypt have signed a €129 million ($142.3 million) package of financial assistance to support socio-economic development in Egypt.
The agreement was signed by Johannes Hahn, commissioner for European Nei
While technology has allowed the travel sector to advance by leaps and bounds, it has also enabled the growth of cybercrime, with travellers becoming easy targets for online financial crime, a new study has showed.
According to ne
SR Technics, a world leading MRO service provider, has appointed Sven Kussmann as its new chief financial officer.
He will report directly to the CEO and become part of the SR Technics leadership team. Kussmann will succeed Christ
Britain's 2.2 million financial industry workers face years of uncertainty and the risk of thousands of job cuts after the country voted to quit the European Union, leaving question marks over London's status as Europe's premier fina