At QR1.46tn, the banking sector’s average asset during 2019 recorded a growth of 5.3% over the previous year, Qatar Central Bank has said in a report.
The credit line of Qatar's commercial banks, especially for the private sector, appears to be strong, thus helping in a more than 9% year-on-year growth in their total assets in March 2020 ...
Faster appreciation of its foreign securities portfolio helped the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) witness a robust growth in the official reserves and thus assets in February 2020, according to the central bank data.
Robust credit offtake largely helped commercial banks in Qatar to report a strong more than 12% year-on-year jump in their total assets at the end of January 2020 ...
The local currency time and savings (T&S) deposits of the public sector has considerably outpaced the total deposits expansion in Qatar’s banking industry during November 2019
Qatar Central Bank is now preparing to announce the financial technology (Fintech) strategy in view of its importance in the development of Qatar’s banking and financial sector
The local currency time and savings deposits of public sector in Qatar’s commercial lenders registered a huge 41% year-on-year expansion in July 2019
The Qatar Central Bank (QCB) will adopt and circulate a unified form of the Demand Guarantee Letter “soon,” according to the International Chamber of Commerce Qatar (ICC Qatar).
The number of credit accounts opened by "small business and individuals" bettered all credit accounts opened by Qatar's banking sector last year, a Qatar Central Bank report has shown.
Total assets at Qatar’s exchange houses stood at QR1.9bn at the end of 2018, Qatar Central Bank data has shown.