Sync., the UK-based fintech, sees Qatar as an "incredible" base to expand into the Middle East as the 2022 FIFA World Cup will springboard the country into the global spotlight.
Mastercard has partnered with Qatar Development Bank (QDB) to support the development of the fintech industry through the Qatar Fintech Hub (QFTH) ...
London-based fintech Vesuvio Labs is in the process of setting up an investment vehicle in Qatar as part of its expansion and help Doha's entities, especially startups
Doha has “significant” first-mover advantage for international firms, especially fintechs and others, in the digital landscape, in view of the opportunities in the country, whose ICT spending is expected to reach $9bn by 2024 ...
Qatar’s expected introduction of key fintech regulations will “further facilitate the buildup” of the digital banking ecosystem, KPMG has said in a report.
The prospects for fintech in Qatar have improved "very well" mainly due to online payments and remittances, as social distancing, a measure to lessen the spread of coronavirus Covid-19 ...
Technology enhancement and promotion of fintech are key priorities for the leading Qatari Islamic bank QIIB, says CEO Dr Abdulbasit Ahmad al-Shaibei.
Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) welcomed to its platform "Qatar's largest" financial technology (Fintech) service provider, QPAY LLC.
Plans to launch the country’s specialised Fintech accelerator by the end of the first quarter of 2020 are on track, an official of Qatar Development Bank (QDB) said on Wednesday.
Qatari and Swedish entities specialising in financial technology (fintech) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that aims to contribute to the development of fintech-related co-operation between Qatar and Sweden.
The Qatar Financial Center (QFC) has opened up its non-regulated professional services to include fintech services as part of strategy to strengthen the fintech ecosystem in the country.
The government is actively promoting Qatar as a regional centre for financial technology (fintech) as new, cost-effective technologies are becoming increasingly prominent worldwide, the QCB said in its 10th Financial Stability Review.