Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has announced the introduction of new features to its award-winning Mobile App, in line with the bank’s "ongoing efforts to provide customers with faster and much easier experiences in fulfilling all their banking needs remotely".
Qatar has remained resilient through the Covid-19 pandemic, due to its strong leadership and the Government’s economic stimulus measures and Commercial Bank is implementing these measures in support of it customers and the Government, says Commercial Bank chairman Sheikh Abdulla bin Ali bin Jabor al
Al Khalij Commercial Bank (Al Khaliji) has posted a year-to-date net profit of QR544mn at the end of the third quarter in September.
QNB has announced the names of 30 winners of IPhone 11 Pro Max as part of its recent Internet and mobile banking campaign.
Qatar's banking sector has seen a decline in its cross-border exposure in 2019, the Qatar Central Bank said and noted the share of these assets to gross assets got reduced by 1.5 percentage points to settle at 15% last year.
Credit stress tests have indicated that Qatar’s banking sector is at a “comfortable” position owing to the availability of “sufficient” capital, although “traces of risk” have been identified at the individual bank level ...
Qatar's banking sector remains a “heavily targeted” sector for cyberattacks, Qatar Central Bank said and noted phishing attempts and user targeted social engineering attacks ...
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday declined 47 points and its barometer reached less than 9,800 levels, mainly on higher than average selling pressure from the banking segment.
Low delinquent loans and higher cushion of capital facilitated sustainable expansion of Qatari banking system’s balance sheet, HE the QCB Governor Sheikh Abdulla bin Saoud al-Thani has said.
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.
Higher-than-average demand at the insurance, industrials and banking counters on Thursday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange as much as 90 points to comfortably place its key barometer above 9,400 levels.
Qatar’s expected introduction of key fintech regulations will “further facilitate the buildup” of the digital banking ecosystem, KPMG has said in a report.