NBE ranked eighth among largest Arab banks with assets worth $75.6bn
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The Union of Arab Banks (UAB) will hold a de-Risking Forum entitled “Enhancing the Supervisory and Regulatory Frameworks Related to Correspondent Banking—de-Risking” from 19 to 21 August at the Grand Rotana Hotel in Sharm El-Sheikh. The UAB explained that this forum will shed light on the key challenges that are currently facing Arab and correspondent …
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Despite apparent benefits, financial inclusion faces continued setbacks, says Fattouh
20th Annual Arab Banking Conference 2015 begins on 19 November with attendance of more than 700 Arab and international figures
The UAB also urged decision-makers in Arab countries to achieve harmony between strategies pertaining to small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) development, financial inclusion, education, and employment, to promote and support financial inclusion as a strategic objective for financial and social stability in the Arab region.
The project aims to develop the canal as a waterway and increase the number of transiting ships to 97 vessels per day by 2023, instead of the current 49
Chairman of the Union of Arab Banks, Mohamed Barakat, the President of the European Banking Federation (EBF) and Vice President of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), opened the conference.