Banking & Finance
September 5, 2013
Stock markets in the UAE and other Gulf countries continued to plunge on fears of an imminent attack on Syria.
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi’s Ratibi Card has been selected by international organizations and academic institutions as a successful model to extend banking products to the unbanked segment of society.
“Central Park has been launched at an opportune time, when Dubai is experiencing growth and has proven its status as one of the most profitable locations for investments."
The lawsuit is one of the first legal actions stemming from anti-corruption trends in Jordan.
Doha Bank congratulated its Dream Credit Cardholder Mr. Samer Abboud on completing the highest redemption of Doha Bank Dream Loyalty Points in 2013.
September 4, 2013
United Arab Bank announced that it has appointed Tony Graham as Head of Retail Banking, with immediate effect.
Most other regional shares also fell amid reports of a joint missile test by the United States and Israel.
September 2, 2013
“Today’s market move was a partial reversal of the massive knee jerk reaction we saw last week, precipitated no doubt by the delay we saw in the US intervention and led by retail investors,” said Amer Khan, director at Shuaa Asset Management.
MasterCard has launched its Priceless Arabia campaign, which brings the global Priceless Cities programme to the Middle East and North Africa for the first time.
Mashreq, the UAE’s leading financial institution, announces the launch of the new Snapp, the region’s best mobile banking service now on the Windows 8 platform.
Arady Developments announced the launch of its 48-storey residential tower, a part of the prestigious ‘Central Park’ project at the Dubai International Financial Centre.
September 1, 2013
“Existing Wealth customers will continue to receive basic services and their wealth investments will be maintained until maturity."
Emirates NBD as the main sponsor of its various activities for the fifth consecutive year.
HSBC Bank Oman has rewarded five lucky Mandoos Savings Scheme customers with cash prizes of 20,000 Omani Riyals each.
The pound seemed to recover slightly on the black market, but was still much weaker than before Western powers weighed military options.