Artists thank Supervisory Committee for lending opportunity to display their talent

Artists thank Supervisory Committee for lending opportunity to display their talent

Qatari artists have thanked the Supervisory Committee of Beautification of Roads and Public Places in Qatar for the opportunity to display their works.

QIIB’s lending portfolio 'very well diversified', says CEO

QIIB’s lending portfolio 'very well diversified', says CEO

QIIB’s lending portfolio is very well diversified, focusing on all key segments such as retail, small businesses and large corporates, said chief executive officer Dr Abdulbasit Ahmed al-Shaibei.

Qatar banking sector set to see lending surge: Seetharaman

Qatar banking sector set to see lending surge: Seetharaman

Qatar's banking sector, which has displayed its resilience to the Covid-19, ought to see strengthened lending amidst strong macroeconomic growth backed by the North Field South Project (NFS), Doha Bank chief executive Dr R Seetharaman said ...

Fight against Covid-19 hasn't stopped Qatar from lending helping hand to other nations: official

Fight against Covid-19 hasn't stopped Qatar from lending helping hand to other nations: official

Qatar's "great efforts to combat the coronavirus crisis" has not stopped it from lending a helping hand to other countries, stressed Sheikh Dr Mohamed bin Hamad al-Thani, director of the Public Health Department ...

China jails 26 over $7.6 bn Ponzi scheme

China jails 26 over $7.6 bn Ponzi scheme

Two senior executives of a collapsed peer-to-peer lender were sentenced to life in prison and 24 others punished over what has been called China's biggest-ever Ponzi scheme, state media reported Tuesday.

QCB 'likely to keep policy rate at 4.5% for most of 2016'

QCB 'likely to keep policy rate at 4.5% for most of 2016'

Qatar Central Bank is expected to maintain its policy rate at 4.5% for most of 2016 to support lending amid economic growth slowing down, says a senior economist.

Credit expansion helps drive Qatar banks' foreign assets growth

Credit expansion helps drive Qatar banks' foreign assets growth

Foreign assets of Qatar’s banks grew by 6% year-on-year in February, driven by expansion in credit (21.3%); while domestic assets grew by 13.8%, driven by the growth in domestic credit (17.1%), shows a QNB report.