Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company (Adnic), a leading provider of insurance solutions for individuals and corporates, has won an A (excellent) rating with a stable outlook and an A- rating with a positive outlook from leading international age
Leading figures will come together to discuss the positive impact of government communications at a conference in Sharjah next month.
The International Government Communication Forum (IGCF 2014) will be held at the Expo Centre Sha
The Dubai residential market witnessed a positive trend in the first quarter of 2012 with the villa market outperforming the apartment sector with a 5 per cent growth in rental rates, according to a new report.
The prime re
Bahrain-based Arab Insurance Group (Arig) said positive stock markets have given a solid start to the year but slowing economic growth, sluggish demand in insurance classes and a low interest rate will continue to challenge shareholders' expec
Germany's Volkswagen will have a 'positive result' in the second quarter and would consider giving sports car maker Porsche a loan if asked, VW's chief financial officer Hans Dieter Poetsch said.
'We will surely end wit
The outlook for the reinsurance sector in the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) states continues to remain positive despite the impact of the global financial crisis, said Gulf Reinsurance (Gulf Re), a Dubai-based specialist reinsurer.
Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (Etisalat) has suffered no impact from the global financial crisis and expects to post positive first-quarter revenue figures, its chief executive said.
'The corporation did not observe any negat
The credit outlook for the Saudi banking system is positive, reflecting the banks' good positioning and ability to benefit from the country's robust economic performance, says Moody's Investors Service report.
In its latest 'Banking System
The outlook for the GCC economy remains very positive but policy-makers will have to remain vigilant in the face of risks to the global economy in the conduct of monetary policy.
That is the conclusion of a report produced by Gulf Finance