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Basel III presents long-term prospects for ME banks

Basel III regulations present an opportunity for Middle East banks and regulators to embrace new rules and improve the sector’s asset quality and risk-return profiles, a report said. Complying with Basel III regulations shou

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ME banks face IFRS 9 implementation challenge

Banks in the Middle East will require three years to implement IFRS 9 (International Financial Reporting Standards) , and will come under pressure with a 2018 effective date, according to a new report. The challenges and consequen

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ME banks seize global expansion prospects

Banks which have the experience of operating in volatile markets, combined with their knowledge of how to reach unbanked and under banked population, are better positioned to achieve a successful expansion to developed and other emerging markets

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Chesterton ‘working with 35 top ME banks’

Chesterton, a leading international property agency, announced that the company is currently working with 35 leading banks in the region for property valuations. “We are delighted to work with 35 leading banks in the region

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S Africa bank signs $175 m loan for ME banks

The Standard Bank of South Africa recently signed its debut syndicated 364-day term loan of $175 million targeted at Middle Eastern banks in Dubai. Mashreq was the mandated lead arranger and sole bookrunner of the financing. Al

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ME banks ‘could boost income with better CRM’

Middle East banks could achieve big hikes in revenue growth and cross-selling through improved CRM (customer relation management) channels, according to a study. In a recent comparative study of Middle East banks and some of the leading in

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