Interview - QFC gears up to be a captive hub

Contreras, Manuelita
July 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jul2011, p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of Akshay Randeva, director strategic development at the company Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), on the efforts being made by it to expand in the Middle East. It informs that the QFC Authority (QFCA) finalizing regulations related to QFC's operations in the Middle East. Randeva discusses the scope for the company to expand in the risk management market of the Middle East and reflects that QFCA will provide a financial platform for insurance companies.


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