Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has launched an investor relations (QIB IR) app for Android and iOS smartphones and has revamped its IR section on its website to provide investors and all interested parties with more information about the bank’s performance and operations.
The app is one of the many initiatives launched by QIB to enhance investor communications. This step is in line with Qatar Stock Exchange’s call to increase transparency in IR and provide reliable, relevant, and easily accessible information.
The QIB IR app and dedicated web-pages keep the investors updated on the latest financial developments related to share prices, stock performance, bank news, financial results and key financial reports. It includes interactive financial screens enabling investors to see QIB’s historical share price and results while providing comparison with peers. QIB’s investors are global — therefore, the Bank’s IR app supports 17 languages and enables the display of share prices in different currencies as well.
“The new website and app serve as a digital platform helping investors and financial analysts access information easily and conveniently,” according to Gourang Hemani, QIB chief financial officer.
QIB co-operated with Euroland, a leading Fintech company, to launch the app and update the information available on the IR section on the bank’s website to synchronise with the app.
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