Eight countries have been identified as high-risk zones for foreign investors amid a recent series of violent attacks.
End of service gratuity is a key benefit for workers in the GCC countries. However, how it's calculated is often not clear cut. Legal experts from Clyde & Co examine some of the more intricate factors.
The Qatar stock market has missed out on a regional rally over the last year, but sturdy company earnings, attractive valuations and the prospect of rising infrastructure spending is starting to catch the eye of investors.
Credit Agricole (Suisse)’s Christiane Nasr analyzes whether a shift in regional investment trends will be likely now that equities are making a comeback.
In Italy, as in the Middle East, the protest spirit is important for the future, writes Forex.com’s Kathleen Brooks.
First Hawkamah corporate governance forum analyzes the role of a CFO in driving best practice.
Cesar Perez of J.P. Morgan Private Bank analyzes the possible outlook for a region still reeling from the effects of a crippling debt crisis.
There is a new kid on the block and things in the oil market could be about to change drastically, writes Kathleen Brooks of Forex.com.
Hussam Muhieddine of Zawya analyzes the trends that made the region a sought after investment destination in 2012 and why 2013 looks promising.
Promoting the employment of nationals within the private sector is on the agenda of every GCC country's government, says Sara Khoja of Clyde and Co.