Banking Commission Launched During International Chamber Of Commerce Qatar and local banks representatives meeting
The International Chamber of Commerce Qatar (ICC Qatar) launched the ICC Qatar Banking Commission on Thursday 25 September during a meeting attended by the representatives of the local banks.
Around 20 experts gathered at the ICC Qatar headquarters to learn about ICC’s policy advocacy and the work of the Banking Commission at international level.
Remy Rowhani, Director General Qatar Chamber and ICC Qatar Secretary General, welcomed delegates to the meeting and shared the ICC Qatar benefits, “As part of our efforts to serve our business community, we are working very close to the ICC International Secretariat in implementing initiatives of public benefit. The work of the commissions represents a comprehensive effort to assist in the development and implementation of policies and actions to ease the way of doing business in Qatar.”
ICC develops global business policy views on key issues that affect companies’ ability to trade and invest across borders and meet the challenges and opportunities of an integrated global economy.
ICC policy work, which can take the form of policy statements to influence intergovernmental discussion, is developed through specialized working bodies, called commissions, composed of business expert.
ICC policy recommendations are communicated to both national government and intergovernmental organizations, including the UN, the WTO, and forums such the G20. They are intended to reflect a broad business consensus as represented by ICC, while at the same time making a meaningful contribution to the policy debate from a global business perspective.
ICC Qatar Banking Commission is one of the five (5) commissions implemented by ICC Qatar. The commission is lead by Qatar National Bank for a period of two (2) years.