Gulf Business brings you all the news from Dubai’s main property event.
The company has no plans to launch an IPO, but may do so in the future.
The company is hoping to finalise an investment before year-end.
Long queues, new projects and big stands signal a good start to Dubai’s main property event.
The Group has set the bar high on the first morning of the property event, unveiling a new community and skyscraper.
Emirates NBD and Attijariwafa Bank are the front-runners to pick up the French bank’s Egyptian arm.
The professional networking site will open an office in Dubai to help grow its MENA database.
The date set for banks to reduce their exposure to the government has passed with no word from the Central Bank.
As the region’s largest real estate event approaches, the man behind Cityscape Global says it will be their biggest event post-2008.
Abu Dhabi’s flag carrier is eyeing further minority stakes in global airlines in continuing bid to compete with local rivals.
The Dubai-based developer sold its serviced apartments marina asset to Eshraq Properties in the second quarter of the year.
The rise of social media is giving companies a new way of engaging and interacting with customers. So how are companies in the GCC stacking up against each other in this arena? Gulf Business takes a look.
As Qatar modernises itself for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, conservative traditionalists express concern.
Arun Rajagopal, social media manager at Omnicom Media Group and Alexander McNabb, director at Spot On Public Relations, lead the debate.
Zabeel Investments allegedly owes $107 million to the Abu Dhabi bank which has filed for legal procedures.
The new tablet-laptop hybrid will be launched in the region next month along with the release of Windows 8.
Some of the world’s biggest banks are cutting jobs in their Middle Eastern operations in cost cutting measures.
The ambitious project currently faces technical and financial obstacles.
The changes are in preparation for the UAE firm’s proposed IPO in 2013.
Increased trade opportunities and direct air links are driving business between the regions.
A whistle-stop tour of Singapore, UAE and London as Deutsche Bank, HSBC and QInvest LLC are mandated for the Islamic bond.
The winners from the Gulf Business Industry Awards 2012, a glittering showcase of the UAE’s finest business leaders, as voted by independent judges.
Tonight’s awards will celebrate the UAE’s top performing business leaders and companies.
Dubai’s flagship airline will begin two additional flights to the archipelago, taking its weekly number up to 13.
Experts from Emirates NBD, Falcon Private Bank, Lombard Odier, Bank Sarasin-Alpen Group and Julius Baer reveal their regional wealth management strategies to Gulf Business.
The country’s OPEC Governor Ali al-Yabhouni said that the UAE will work towards maintaining oil market stability.
Middle East investors are still seeking high-yielding investments, says Daniel Savary, head of Eastern Mediterranean & Middle East markets at Julius Baer
Rohit Walia, executive vice chairman & CEO at Bank Sarasin-Alpen Group, Middle East and India, says that the group will focus on tapping the Islamic finance industry in Saudi Arabia.
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