In line with the country’s stock exchange’s call to be more transparent with investors, the largest Islamic bank in Qatar has introduced a new mobile app to provide reliable and relevant information to its investors in a more accessible and timely manner.
Launched by Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) in collaboration with fintech company Euroland, the roll-out of the QIB IR app was concurrent with the unveiling of the bank’s revamped investor relation section on its website.
“The new website and app serve as a digital platform helping investors and financial analysts access information easily and conveniently,” said Gourang Hemani, QIB’s CFO. “This is a significant step in our efforts to strengthen the relationship with our investors. We recognize the growing importance of digital technology for all our stakeholders, particularly investors, and we will continue to improve our communication with them and use state-of-the-art technology to provide timely information.”
The app includes interactive financial screens enabling investors to see QIB’s historical share price and results while providing comparison with peers. The app supports 17 languages and enables the display of share prices in different currencies as well.