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Robust regulatory framework, solid capital and liquidity indicators support Qatar banks: EIU

Robust regulatory framework, solid capital and liquidity indicators support Qatar banks: EIU

A robust regulatory framework and solid capital and liquidity indicators have helped improve the risk position of Qatari banks, the Economist Intelligence Unit said in its latest update.

Qatari banks’ return on average assets improves in 2019: QCB

Qatari banks’ return on average assets improves in 2019: QCB

Qatari banks’ return on average assets (RoAA) improved marginally to 1.59% in 2019 from 1.56% in 2018 in tandem with the growth in net income, according to the Qatar Central Bank.

Pandemic spurs widespread digital adoption in Qatar: OBG

Pandemic spurs widespread digital adoption in Qatar: OBG

Covid-19 has sparked widespread digital adoption in Qatar as the threat of infection combined with social distancing measures has transformed consumer demand and business-customer interactions

Qatar's commercial banks' domestic credit grows more than 14% in March

Qatar's commercial banks' domestic credit grows more than 14% in March

The key segments in Doha's private sector, especially trading, services, industrial manufacturing and heavy industry, got strong financial backing,

Funding and liquidity are no longer key risks to Qatari banks: Fitch

Funding and liquidity are no longer key risks to Qatari banks: Fitch

Funding and liquidity are no longer the key risks to Qatari banks, as $24bn in non-resident deposits and interbank placements have flowed back into the system since November 2017 ...

Qatari banks' assets in Europe jump 32% in 2018: QCB

Qatari banks' assets in Europe jump 32% in 2018: QCB

Qatar’s banking sector assets outside the country grew last year after a ‘considerable decline’ observed in 2017 in the aftermath of blockade, QCB data show.

Qatari banks enjoy sound fundamentals, stability: Fitch Solutions

Qatari banks enjoy sound fundamentals, stability: Fitch Solutions

Stable loan-to-deposit ratios; rising capital adequacy and still-low levels of non-performing loans indicate that risks to Qatar’s banking sector remain low, according to Fitch Solutions.

Qatar winds down bank support op as outflows slow

Qatar winds down bank support op as outflows slow

Slowing withdrawals of deposits from Qatari banks permitted Qatar's government to stop pumping money into the banks last month to shield them from sanctions imposed by other Arab countries, central bank data showed on Tuesday.