QNB has been distinguished as the “Best Private Bank for the Ultra High Net Worth Clients in Qatar” and “Best Private for Super Affluent Clients in Qatar” at the 13th Euromoney Private Banking Survey Awards Dinner held at Plaisterers’ Hall in London.
Euromoney Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey is considered one of the leading benchmarks for the wealth management and private banking industry. Survey results are based primarily on a peer reviewing methodology.
QNB Private is the first private bank to be established in Qatar and has since become the trusted financial partner for those who value a personal and discrete banking experience. With the resources and expertise from QNB’s global network, which spans across 27 countries from Asia to Europe, QNB Private provides a local bank relationship with an international perspective, which is perfectly aligned to clients’ specific financial needs.
QNB is a frequent recipient of the Euromoney awards, which the magazine awards through a prominent annual award ceremony to recognise industry leaders. The most recent accolade is “The Best Bank in the Middle East” award, which the bank received for the second year. These awards reflect the excellence of the services QNB offers to its clients across its vast network of operation.
Euromoney is one of the most well-esteemed industry experts on capital markets, investment, foreign exchange, and treasury, with a deep focus on a number of key regional markets. The publication continues to report on and champion market growth, as well as analysis on international cross border capital markets. Since 1992, Euromoney has recognised outstanding institutions in finance.
QNB Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies provide a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. The total number of employees is more than 15,200 operating through 635 locations, with an ATM network of more than 1,390 machines.
Arbitration programme to start today at QC
The third phase of a programme to prepare commercial arbitrators for international certification is set to start today at the Qatar Chamber (QC) headquarters.
The programme is jointly organised by Qatar International Centre for Conciliation and Arbitration and the GCC Commercial Arbitration Centre.
The third phase, which will continue for four days, will address topics related to the technical procedures of issuing an arbitration verdict.
Trainees will be introduced to how to draft an arbitration ruling with adequate reasoning, indicating its main points. Also, the programme will include the time and procedures required to issue a verdict and how to notify the different parties involved in the case.
Besides, all legal aspects related to the topics, such as defects that may nullify a ruling and loopholes that may undermine its authority, will be covered during this phase.
The second phase of the programme was held earlier this month. The programme is aimed at creating certified commercial arbitrators who can resolve commercial disputes efficiently outside of the courts.
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