Mashreq, Dubai's third-biggest lender by assets, on Sunday posted a 18.3 percent fall in first-quarter net profit as it failed to recoup as many bad debts as it did in the corresponding period of last year.
The lender made a n
Bahrain achieved major success when seven of its highest quality projects were named national winners at the Meed Quality Awards for Projects, in association with Mashreq, said a report.
Bahrain’s national winners, whose com
Mashreq, one of the leading financial institutions in the UAE, said it has maintained a steady performance in 2015 amid difficult market conditions with a solid net profit of Dh2.4 billion ($653 million) over the previous year.
Mashreq, Dubai's third-biggest bank by assets, posted a 13.7 percent fall in fourth-quarter net profit on Wednesday.
The lender made a net profit of Dh556.2 million ($151.45 million) in the three months to Dec. 31, it said in
GEMS Education and leading UAE financial institution Mashreq have launched their second joint 'Mobile Application Development Challenge' for students, commemorating the UAE Innovation Week.
Mashreq Retail Banking Group has appointed Subroto Som as its new executive vice president and head.
Farad Irani, who is passing the leadership to Som, brought to bear his extensive global experience and transf
Dubai's third-biggest lender by assets Mashreq posted a 7.6 per cent fall in third-quarter net profit on Wednesday as a drop in income from fees offset stronger profits from loans.
The lender made a net profit of Dh551.4 milli
Liquidity in the United Arab Emirates banking sector is still good and the government has adequate means to manage liquidity, the chief executive of Dubai's Mashreq bank said on Tuesday.
"Our government has lots of resour
Mashreq, a leading financial institution in UAE, is offering its customers an instant foreign currency account (FCY) for those who have a natural need to maintain foreign currencies like US dollar, euro, pounds and Australian dollar.
Credit growth in the United Arab Emirates is expected to be around 2 per cent this year, a senior banking official said, in a fresh sign the UAE credit cycle may have peaked because of low oil prices and cooling property markets.