Tuesday 11, December 2012 by Robin Amlôt

Fault lines in GCC banking sector threaten growth

A study released today by AlixPartners, the global business advisory firm, highlights the return of profits and notable performance at both the individual bank and GCC-country level, while identifying some fundamental fault lines in the GCC banking sector that will hinder any progress unless restructuring efforts are made.

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Investment Banking Creating a diverse bond market

In an exclusive mini roundtable, Nabilah Annuar, Banker Middle East Editor, sits down with Michael Grifferty, President of the Gulf… read more