Banking & Finance
July 26, 2011
With Ramadan approaching, it is an opportune time to highlight the distinctive patterns of stock market performance in and around the month.
Celebrating the Holy month of Ramadan, National Bank of Kuwait will launch a creative Ramadan TV commercial campaign comprised of a series of musical tableaux.
July 25, 2011
Bisher Jardaneh underlined the expansion in the scope of services provided by the Bank by offering an array of financial services to large, small and medium-sized enterprises.
Capital MSL has been appointed by Alpari ME DMCC to provide communications support as the online trading provider builds its brand presence across the Middle East region.
The Revenue Development Department at the Ministry of Finance organized a visit at its headquarters in Dubai for children participating in the ‘Watani’ summer camp.
Al Rajhi Bank launched in the Kingdom, bringing an expansive array of highly versatile, Sharia compliant products and services to the local market.
The ICAEW has launched the first ever Middle East Accountancy and Finance Excellence Awards to celebrate excellence in accountancy, finance and business throughout the region.
First Gulf Bank launched its new Personal Budgeter Savings Application.
American Express Middle East announced the support of the restoration of Bab Al Bahrain (Gateway of Bahrain).
Oman’s move to Islamic finance comes at just the right time as ethical finance gains a foothold around the world
Noor Islamic Bank recorded a net operating profit of AED 207 million for the first six months of 2011, on a revenue base of AED 386 million. Net profit for the period ending June 30th was AED 85 million.
July 24, 2011
Burgan Bank announced today its new branch timings which will be applicable all throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
IBQ has announced that it has opened recruitment for its 2011 IBQ Qatari Scholarship Programme until 31 August 2011.
National Bank of Kuwait successfully concluded the third session of its specially designed 2011 Summer Internship Program.
Saudi commercial banks continue to rank among the world's most profitable banks, said Standard & Poor's Ratings Services in a report.