Takaud, a specialist savings and pensions provider for the Mena region, has unveiled a special ‘Ramadan Savings Incentive,’ as it continues to support its on-going awareness campaign to educate and encourage the local community to
About 75 per cent of employees in Bahrain are not saving enough to support themselves and their families in later years, according to a survey.
The lack of ‘savings culture’ will have major repercussions for future as
Islamic Bank of Britain (IBB), the UK’s only wholly sharia-compliant retail bank, has launched its IBB Notice Cash Individual Saving Account (ISA).
The account offers consumers an ethical, tax-free way to save, with an expec
Novus Community Management, a UAE-based real estate services company, has launched its energy programme, to reduce the environmental impact of residential and commercial buildings.
The Novus Energy Program, in partnership with Ene
Gulf Air said its renegotiated deals with the world’s two largest aircraft manufacturers to change its orders for the future will save the company around $2.5 billion.
The move will see the Bahraini carrier change orders for
People to take a more responsible view of spending and resist the growing culture of consumerism, said a senior Bahraini Sharia scholar and an Islamic banker.
Dr Adel Marzooqie, the Ithmaar Bank Sharia adviser, said there appears to be a g
A proposal made by one of the employees of Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), a leading aluminium smelter, has not only reduced costs, but also yielded a net saving of nearly BD 300,000 annually for the company.
Acting manager engineer, Abdul Hussa
The Sultanate of Oman is gearing up to launch its first nation-wide summer electricity and water saving campaign.
Oman minister for national economy Ahmed bin Abdulnabi Macki will kick off the campaign tomorrow (June 2) in t
Electricity consumption dropped by 100,000KWh in Dubai during the city’s first Earth Hour on Saturday as residents and businesses across the city switched off non-essential lighting.
At 8pm local time, thousands of individual participants