QIIB has participated in the meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank held in Washington, DC.
A high-level QIIB delegation also participated in the reception organised by Qatari banks on the sidelines of the group meetings, QIIB announced in a statement yesterday.
The annual meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund Group are considered one of the major annual international financial and economic events given their importance to the global economy. They are attended by key decision makers and the most prominent personalities from the banking, finance, and economics from around the world.
During the meetings, Qatari banks showcased the major developments introduced to the financial sector in the State of Qatar and discussed the mechanisms for enhancing bilateral co-operation in particular since the meetings attract a large number of government leaders, economists, consultants, and key executives from the global banking and financial industry and economic organisations.
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