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What does IBQ stand for?

IBQ stands for International Bank of Qatar (Doha, Qatar)


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Some of the International Bank of Qatar (ibq) team will be stationed at the bank's pavilion at Qatar Career Fair 2013 for the duration of the fair to offer advice and recommendations on career development "The team is also ready to discuss opportunities for Qataris to take part in the bank's learning and development programme," Saleh Al Kuwari, Head of Human Resources at ibq, said, "It was great honour to see such an excellent response on the first day of the fair, with visitors showing considerable interest in the vacancies, training programs and scholarships we offer to our Qatari nationals.
9 percent growth in 2011 due to the completion of the gas liquefying project and other related projects, along with higher oil prices and increased production in non-oil sectors, stated the International Bank of Qatar (IBQ).
Barwa Bank acquired the sharia-compliant retail banking business of International Bank of Qatar in August for an undisclosed amount, following the central bank's edict banning conventional banks from offering Islamic banking services.
The agreement was signed with a syndicate of two banks, namely the International Bank of Qatar (IBQ) and the Union National Bank (UNB).
Summary: Qatar Islamic Bank, or QIB, the Gulf country's biggest Shariah-compliant lender, bought the Islamic banking portfolio of closely held International Bank of Qatar, or IBQ.
In August, there was much excitement when Al-Yusr, the Islamic banking arm of International Bank of Qatar, was snapped up by Barwa Bank What was agreed upon was the likelihood that Islamic assets booked with conventional banks would have to be sold or auctioned to wholly Islamic banks in the emirate.