Qatar’s real estate market is likely to shift further towards “better value proposition and affordability” due to decline in rentals because of the socio-economic impact of Covid-19, a new report has shown.
Deflation in major economies like the US and Europe provides a unique opportunity for Qatar’s oil and gas industry to raise funds at cheaper interest rates to finance capital expansion plans, a new report has shown.
Despite Covid-19, the business sentiment has been less adverse in the local companies, as reflected in the (performance of) the Qatar Stock Exchange vis-a-vis other markets, according to KPMG Qatar ...
Rental level in the country’s commercial office segment fell by about 30% since 2016 due to the increasing supply of commercial office spaces coupled with weakened demand, KPMG in Qatar has said in a report.
Across-the-board price corrections have made Qatar market "tenant friendly" in real estate sector, whose size is slated to see expansion fundamentally, according to KPMG ...
KPMG’s 2019 Change Readiness Index (CRI) has ranked Qatar among the top 20 countries in the world that are well prepared to embrace change.
KPMG has launched the inaugural edition of its annual ‘Qatar banking perspectives’ publication, examining key issues and trends in the global banking industry and how they impact banks in the country.
Qatari banks will keep primary focus on the local market, as opposed to looking overseas for growth in view of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030, KPMG in Qatar has said.
Insurance firms in Qatar are making good progress in preparing to implement changes that will ensure compliance with the new reporting standards such as IFRS 17 and IFRS 9, according to KPMG in Qatar.
As the 2022 FIFA World Cup approaches, Qatari banks will keep primary focus on the local market, as opposed to looking overseas for growth, KPMG said in its recent report on GCC banking sector ...
Technology was found to be a significant enabler for nearly a quarter of the 750 fraudsters investigated by forensic specialists across 78 countries, shows a new report by KPMG International.