Qatar Insurance Company (QIC) has been ranked as the 'Top Investment House' by The Asset magazine for the third year in a row.
The survey ranked top investment houses in Asian G3 bonds (issued by Asian issuers in USD, EUR and JPY) based on the number of votes won by their investors.
More than 430 different institutions including asset managers, hedge funds, private banks, banks, insurance companies and sovereign wealth funds were evaluated and shortlisted during the survey.
The ranking methodology used for the survey was based on the number of votes received from top-rated analysts, economists and strategists, sales teams and traders in these institutions.
In addition, the ranking score was also subject to a weighting methodology, which was determined by the rating of the individual casting the vote for the investors.
On the latest accomplishment, QIC Group CEO Salem Khalaf al-Mannai stated, “We are honoured to be ranked as the ‘Top Investment House’ from the Mena region for the third consecutive year. The prestigious ranking serves as a testament to the resounding success of our business strategy built along a customer-centric and technologically progressive approach, ably backed by the investments team.
“Investments are a cornerstone for the success of our business. Not only does this showcase the goodwill and reputation that QIC has built over the years of its operation, but also brings to the fore our passion and commitment in maintaining our status as a market leader in the insurance and investment management space,” al-Mannai added.
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