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Qatar's Al Khalij Commercial Bank H1 Profit Rises
Al Khaliji And Masraf Al Rayan Appoint Fahad Bin Abdalla Al Khalifa As Group CEO Of Merged Entity
Qatar's QFMA Approves Merger Of Masraf Al Rayan And Al Khaliji - Statement
Al Khalij Commercial Bank PQSC is a Qatar-based company, which is engaged in the banking sector. The Bank, along with its subsidiaries, provides commercial banking activities through its head office and a network of branches in Qatar, France and the United Arab Emirates. The Bank is organized into the following business segments: Wholesale Banking, which includes loans, deposits and other transactions and balances with corporate customers; Retail Banking, which includes loans, deposits and other transactions and balances with retail customers; Treasury, which undertakes the Bank’s funding and centralized risk management activities through borrowings, issues of debt securities, use of derivatives for risk management purposes and investing in liquid assets, as well as Central Functions, which comprises the costs of all central support departments, such as finance, risk management and operations, among others.
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69 Al Add Al Sharqi Street, 28000
Hamad Bin Faisal Bin Thani Jasim Al Thani
Chairman of the Board and Managing Director, representing Qatar Holding
Fahad Abdulla Al Khalifa
Group Chief Executive Officer
Shabbir Barkat Ali
Group Chief Financial Officer
General Manager, Al Khaliji France
Hamad Al Kubaisi
Acting Group Chief Operating Officer, Chief Human Resource Officer, Chief Administrative Officer
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Qatar's Al Khalij Commercial Bank is selling $500 million in five-year bonds offering 175 basis points over mid-swaps, according to a bank document seen by Reuters.
Qatar's Al Khalij Commercial Bank has set the final price guidance for a planned $500 million bond sale at 180 basis points (bps) over mid-swaps, with the notes expected to price within 5 bps of that figure, a bank document seen by Reuters showed.
Qatar's Al Khalij Commercial Bank has started marketing a five-yar U.S dollar-denominated bond issue with an initial price guidance of around 195 basis points over mid-swaps, according to a bank document seen by Reuters.
Qatar's Al Khalij Commercial Bank mandated Barclays, QNB Capital, Standard Chartered and Qatar's Commercial Bank to arrange fixed income investor meetings in Asia and Europe, a document issued by one of the banks leading the deal said.
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