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Insurance Firms – XBRL Returns

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​Desktop demonstration of iFile
This presentation demonstrates hands-on use of the XBRL return submission mechanism.

 
Revised Prudential Returns – Launch of XBRL Phase 3 (June 2014)

​Desktop demonstration of iFile
This presentation demonstrates hands-on use of the full functionality included in the third phase of the iFile XBRL software release.

 
Revised Prudential Returns - Launch Of XBRL Phase 1 (January 2014) - Part 1

Welcome, Introduction and Launch of XBRL Phase 1 (Errol Kruger & Rahul Dhamne)

This part of the presentation reviews the principles of XBRL and demonstrates hands-on use of the first phase of the XBRL return submission mechanism iFile.
 
Revised Prudential Returns - Launch Of XBRL Phase 1 (January 2014) - Part 2

The Prudential Return Review Project & Conclusion (Ewald Muller & Errol Kruger)
 
This part of the presentation covers key recurring issues relating to completion of, amendments to and process and logistics relating to the filing of the revised returns.
 
FATCA Symposium - 14th January 2013

On the 14th of January 2013, the Governor of the Qatar Central Bank held the FATCA Symposium in Qatar, in collaboration with the QFC Regulatory Authority and the Qatar Financial Markets Authority. Its objective was to provide clarity regarding the new implications of the US Tax Compliance Act. The event gathered more than 300 professionals, including Senior representatives of GCC Finance Ministries and Central Banks, along with senior managers, compliance officers of the major banks in the region, insurance companies, asset managers, pensions funds and media.

 
GCC Risk Management Symposium - THE NEW ORDER, 30 January 2012

 

 

The GCC Risk Management Symposium was attended by financial market regulators, central banks, and industry leaders. It covered several financial topics, including regional perspectives on the benefits and challenges of Basel III implementation, risk governance, and prudent balance sheet risk management.

 
First Pillar: Human Development



The first pillar of the Qatar National Vision 2030 is Human Development, aiming at the “development of all its people to enable them to sustain a prosperous society”. Accordingly, the QFC Regulatory Authority recruits and develops Qatari nationals at all levels including graduates through the “Graduate Fellowship Programme”.

 

 
Second Pillar : Social Development



The second pillar of the Qatar National Vision 2030 is Social Development, which promotes the “development of a just and caring society based on high moral standards and capable of playing a significant role in the global partnership for development”. The QFC Regulatory Authority contributes to the economic and social development of Qatar by supporting the community through technical seminars, lectures, classes in Qatari universities and the Injaz programme.

 

 
Third Pillar: Economic Development



Economic Development stands as the third pillar of the Qatar National Vision 2030, which encourages the “development of a competitive and diversified economy capable of meeting the needs of and securing a high standard of living for all its people for the present and for the future”. The QFC Regulatory Authority contributes through the ongoing development of the financial sector in Qatar.

 

 
Fourth Pillar: Environmental Development



The fourth pillar of the Qatar National Vision 2030 is Environmental Development based on the “management of the environment such that there is harmony between economic growth, social development and environmental protection”. The QFC Regulatory Authority is committed to protecting and preserving the environment for future generations and takes its responsibility seriously.