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Citibank - Kuwait
JP Morgan Chase Bank
National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC
JP Morgan Chase Bank
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17 September 2014 While the world was watching the U.S. Federal Reserve to assess whether it would taper another USD 10 billion, the European Union was at odds about how to deal with a renewed risk of deflation. The president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, hinted about a quantitative easing program, but faces resistance from states like Germany.Historical data suggests that for the deZawya, 17 Sep 2014
The UAE market may see more bond issues by next year after the regulator eased rules for new issuances, a move that can lead to a robust bond market, market participants said on Tuesday.Gulf News, 16 Sep 2014
16 September 2014Move Could Help Companies Diversify Financing Beyond BanksDUBAI - New rules issued by the United Arab Emirates' securities market regulator aim to develop local currency bond and sukuk markets in the Arab world's second biggest economy. In meetings with potential issuers and financial firms in Abu Dhabi and Dubai this week, the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) outlined rArab Times, 16 Sep 2014
With UAE's booming youth market, Zoya Malik approached Mohammed Qasim Al Ali, CEO National Bonds Corporation to discover its strategy for educating and incentivising a younger generation toward a savings culture.Banker Middle East, 16 Sep 2014
Over the past year, GCC markets have witnessed growing interest in capital markets transactions, expected to increase over the coming years. With the recent launch of the OFS Module of the CBB Rulebook, the Central Bank of Bahrain is well positioned to take advantage.Banker Middle East, 16 Sep 2014
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