Tuesday 13, February 2018 by Jessica Combes

GCC countries far from adopting resolution regimes for conventional and Islamic banks

 

Banks in the Gulf routinely adopt many of the best practices and international regulations when they come into force, but governments in the region are taking their time to implement resolution regimes, according to S&P Global Ratings in a report titled, Recovery and Resolution Regimes In The Gulf Cooperation Council: More Questions Than Answers. 

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