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Regulations top challenge for financial services

Regulatory requirements form the top challenge for 79 per cent of financial services institutions, a report said. Eighty-five per cent of financial institutions from around the world reported that their boards of directors current

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Deloitte Global appoints new chairman

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (Deloitte Global) has appointed David Cruickshank as its new global chairman. He was previously the chairman of Deloitte UK from 2007 to 2015 and is succeeding Steve Almond, who recently retired after serv

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Need for digital Islamic services on the rise

A growing global Muslim population with a dominant youth demographic, high consumption and expenditure patterns coupled with a rising level of technology readiness are creating a largely untapped need for digital Islamic services, a report said.

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ME firms facing challenges in human capital trends

The readiness to address challenges in learning & development, reinventing human resources (HR), leadership, and culture & engagement is decreasing in Middle East organisations, a report said. This raises the question of w

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ME 'key to Europe football market boom'

Despite wider economic pressures, the European football market continues to perform well with its revenue surging to $28.9 billion in 2013/14, said a report. Within the story of revenue growth across European football, stakeholder

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Internal audit ‘key to addressing business risk’

Internal audit plays a critical role in addressing issues such as business risk, governance, globalization and technology currently facing companies, said an industry expert. “Many businesses are not yet leveraging the full

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GCC construction awards seen at record $172bn this year

The value of contract awards for projects planned and under way in the GCC in 2015 is expected to reach $172 billion, the highest on record to date as the region continues to invest in infrastructure and capital projects, a report said.

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ME millennials to spend $15bn on media content

Millennials in the Middle East are expected to spend up to $15 billion on media content in 2015 or  around $120 per millennial, a report said. High rates of smartphone adoption, broadband, technological advancements and incre

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Savola tops MEA in consumer product sales

Savola, a multinational food group based in Saudi Arabia, recorded the biggest consumer product sales in the Middle East-Africa (MEA) region during the fiscal year ending June 2014, a report said. While Savola claimed the 111th ra

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Top 250 consumer products firms log $3trn sales

The world’s 250 largest consumer products companies generated sales of nearly $3.1 trillion in fiscal year ending June 2014, despite economic uncertainty, a report said. This resulted in an average company size of $12.3 bill

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