Ernst & Young Middle East

Also known as: EY Last updated on: 17 July 2018

Global Islamic banking assets expected to reach US$1 trillion in 2015: EY

Dubai, 02 December 2015Islamic banking assets of commercial banks based in Qatar, Indonesia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Turkey (denoted as QISMUT) are set to exceed $801b in 2015 and will represent 80% of international Islamic banking assets, according to EY's World Islamic Banking Competitiveness Report 2016. Globally, Islamic banking assets with

Press Release - 02-Dec-2015

GCC Pension funds worth US$397 billion: EY

GCC public pension funds amount to USD397 billion, representing nearly a quarter of GDP and USD15,000 per national, according to EY's GCC report.

Press Release - 05-Oct-2015

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