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What does QFMA stand for?

QFMA stands for Qatar Financial Markets Authority

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Sheikh Fahad Bin Mohammad Bin Jabor Al Thani thanked the shareholders for their profound confidence in Doha Bank, and also thanked all the officials of Qatar Central Bank, Ministry of Business and Trade, Qatar Financial Markets Authority and Qatar Exchange for their co-operation and support to the bank.
The event which begins today is being held in association with the Qatar Central Bank, Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority and the Qatar Financial Markets Authority.
Although the region's equity markets have been facing a long drought of IPOs, analysts said the region has witnessed some important changes in the regulatory environment, with some of the regulators such as the Saudi Capital Market Authority, Dubai Financial Services Authority and the Qatar Financial Markets Authority revising the listing rules to raise the minimum requirement around corporate governance, business systems and processes, and financial discipline.
Deloitte said an important development across the GCC over the last two years has been the ongoing review and revision of the listing rules by the Saudi Capital Market Authority, Dubai Financial Services Authority, and the Qatar Financial Markets Authority, amongst the larger regional exchanges.
Following confirmation of the formal opening of talks between the two parties, the Qatar Financial Markets Authority ordered trading in UDC shares to be brought to a temporary halt, in order to provide investors with "equal and sufficient" access to data relating to UDC's disclosure.
He has been one of the key figures leading work on the merging of the financial service regulators - the QFCRA, Qatar Central Bank and Qatar Financial Markets Authority - into a single regulator.