Bahrain-based General Council for Islamic Banks and Financial Institutions’ (Cibafi) joint international conference with the World Bank started yesterday (September 15) in Amman, Jordan. The one-and-a-half day conference is being held un
Bahrain-based General Council for Islamic Banks and Financial Institutions (CIBAFI), a global umbrella of Islamic financial institutions, yesterday (July 28) announced that it, along with the World Bank, is organising a joint international confe
The UAE outperforms the GCC and the rest of the world in several sectors, including income, employment, health, education, infrastructure, income equality, civil society, governance, and environment, a report said.
Equity, a leader of governance and legal management software solutions for major corporations, has signed significant new contracts in the Middle East.
The French firm’s new references result from the combination of three fa
Ericsson, a leader in communications technology and services, has unveiled new software and hardware to its Ericsson Cloud System as the demand for cloud is growing but concerns around security and governance are slowing adoption.
Bahrain Telecommunication Company (Batelco) has been presented with the "Best Company for Corporate Governance Bahrain 2014" award by Global Banking and Finance Review.
The company was awarded for its outstanding achieve
DP World has topped in the S&P/Hawkamah Pan Arab ESG Index, a pan-Arab governance index for the second year.
The index is the first-ever of its kind in the Arab world and ranks the transparency and disclosure of regional liste
Kuwait-based Qurain Petrochemical Industries Company (QPIC) has won second place in the ‘Excellence Award in Governance’ as part of the annual GCC Governance Conference recently.
The firm outperformed a number of
Bahrain has paid great attention to the concepts of corporate governance to increase investor confidence and boost economic growth, a top minister said.
Industry and Commerce Dr Hassan Fakhro was speaking after opening the first A
Arab family businesses face the risk of destruction of value if they fail to professionalise the governance structures of their businesses, an expert has warned.
Global statistics show that less than 10 per cent of family business