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Qatar Islamic Bank H1 Profit Rises
QIB Board Recommends To Increase Percentage Of Non-Qatari Ownership To 100%
Qatar Islamic Bank Q1 Profit Up by 9%
Qatar Islamic Bank QPSC is a Qatar-based banking institution. The Bank is primarily involved in corporate, retail and investment banking in accordance with Islamic sharia rules as determined by sharia supervisory board of the Bank, and has over 26 branches in Qatar and a branch in Sudan. The Bank operates under the following segments: Corporate Banking, which includes services offered to institutional investors, corporate, small and medium enterprises, financial institutions and investment vehicles; Personal Banking, which includes services that are offered to individual customers through local branches of the bank which includes checking and savings accounts, credit cards, personal lines of credit and mortgages, among others; Group Function, which includes treasury, investment, finance and other central functions, as well as Local and International Subsidiaries. The Bank is a subsidiary of Qatar Islamic Bank QPSC.
Grand Hamad Ave
P.O. Box 559
Jassim Bin Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-thani
Executive Chairman of the Board, representing Al Mirqab Capital
Group Chief Executive Officer
Abdullatif bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud
Executive Non-Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
Mohammed Bin Issa Al Mohanadi
Executive Non-Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer
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Most major stock markets in the Gulf ended higher on Sunday, while falling oil prices continued to pressure the Saudi index, which extended losses for a second session.
Most Gulf bourses ended higher on Sunday, as they reopened after a long Eid break, with the Abu Dhabi index hitting a record high.
Major stock markets in the Gulf ended higher on Tuesday, with the Saudi index leading the way, while broad-based losses pulled Egyptian shares lower amid media reports the country's National Bank is set to raise $1 billion to refinance debt.
Major Gulf markets were mixed in early trade on Sunday, with the Saudi index on track to extend gains from the previous session helped by in healthcare and petrochemical shares.
Major stock markets in the Gulf rose in early trade on Monday, with indexes in the United Arab Emirates leading the gains on the back of their financial and property shares.
A consortium led by United Arab Emirates financial firm SHUAA Capital has bought 1.13 billion dirhams ($308 million) of debt held by Stanford Marine Group (SMG) as part of its restructuring, the companies said on Sunday.
Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) <QISB.QA> has hired a group of banks to arrange an issuance of five-year U.S. dollar-denominated sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document showed on Monday.
Major stock markets in the Gulf were subdued in early trade on Wednesday, with banking and real estate shares weighing on indexes in the United Arab Emirates.
Major Gulf stock markets rose in early trade on Tuesday, with banking and real estate shares helping indexes in the United Arab Emirates.
Saudi Arabia's stock market rose on Sunday, boosted by National Commercial Bank and Samba Financial Group Bank after they signed an initial merger agreement, while Qatar's index retreated in early trade.
Major Gulf bourses moved sideways on Wednesday, while gains in shares of energy and financials sectors pushed up the region's biggest stock market Saudi Arabia.
Gulf markets slipped on Sunday as states began to lift coronavirus lockdowns, despite concerns among some health officials about a second wave of infections.
* 27 of 30 Egyptian stocks decline * FAB rises after suspending Egyptian deal * Etisalat CEO resigns * NCB extends gains on earnings * Saudi Aramco snaps winning streak By Maqsood Alam May 20 (Reuters) - Egyptian shares fell sharply on Wednesday amid the tightening of coronavirus...
* Ten of 11 Saudi banks rise * Samba rises on Q1 profit * Aramco closes over IPO price * El Sewedy extends losses on profit decline By Maqsood Alam May 18 (Reuters) - Most major Gulf stock markets rose on Monday, lifted by rising oil prices, led by Saudi Arabia after its...
* Nine of 11 Saudi banks decline * Thob Al Aseel gains on contract * Air Arabia cuts 57 jobs By Ateeq Shariff May 6 (Reuters) - Major stock markets in the Gulf ended lower on Wednesday as doubts about the easing of coronavirus lockdowns and simmering U.S.-China tensions...
Saudi Arabia's stock market fell sharply on Sunday, snapping three sessions of gains as the prospect of more stringent measures to cope with the coronavirus and Moody's downgrading of the kingdom's outlook soured investor sentiment. The kingdom's finance minister on Saturday...
Most major bourses in the Gulf fell sharply on Sunday with Saudi Arabia falling the most, mirroring Friday's slide in global shares after President Donald Trump's revived threat of new U.S. tariffs against China dampened risk appetite.
Most Gulf stock markets traded lower on Monday, driven down by banks, on heightened fears that the global coronavirus shutdown could last months.
* UAE reports first deaths from coronavirus * 25 of 30 Egyptian stocks gain * Commercial Bank gains ahead of going ex-dividend By Ateeq Shariff March 22 (Reuters) - Most stock indexes in the Gulf closed lower on Sunday, with Abu Dhabi leading the losses, as measures by central...
* Aramco closes down at 27.8 riyals * Yansab slips on ex-dividend * Jarir Marketing falls after showrooms shutdown * Stimulus plan boosts Qatari index By Maqsood Alam March 16 (Reuters) - Most major Gulf shares fell sharply on Monday as stimulus measures, including rate...
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