Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Bahrain

Bahrain Business, Expat Life in Bahrain, Launch of Technology and Telecommunication, Overwhelming events and all news within the Kingdom.

G4S PARTNERS WITH ME GLOBAL ADVISORS FOR WIBC2017

G4S Bahrain signed up as an Associate Partner in the 24th Annual World Islamic Banking Conference 2017.Held under the Strategic Support of the Central...

Expats in Bahrain could be forced to pay BD500 for a...

EXPATRIATES in Bahrain could be forced to pay BD500 to obtain a driving licence under proposed amendments to the 2014 Traffic Law. The amendments...

Revealed: Top 10 companies in Bahrain in 2017

Cuts in the debt ratings of Bahrain and Oman underline a growing gap between the weakest Gulf Arab economies and the others – a...

G4S Sponsors ASIS Middle East 2017 Conference

G4S Bahrain recently sponsored the ASIS Middle East 2017 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Bahrain where over 500 delegates from 21 countries attended.Under the patronage...

Can RegTech save the financial industry?

With FinTech taking the region by storm, can RegTech save the financial industry from complicated and expensive regulatory compliance issues?The World Arena Group, a...

Men held for illegal dogfighting in Bahrain

Several men who were involved in illegal dogfighting operations were arrested after a video went viral on social media. The men appeared in the leaked...

Bahrain expat sentenced to life for murder

An exptriate has been sentenced to life imprisonment for killing his sponsor’s brother in Aali last year. The First Higher Criminal Court issued its verdict...

Duped by agents, Kenyan nationals stuck in Bahrain

Nine Kenyan nationals, who were allegedly duped by a fake recruiting agent, are now stranded in the Kingdom. “These nine Kenyan men were brought into...

Bahrain investigates nighttime oil pipeline blast, fire

Authorities in Bahrain say they are investigating an oil pipeline explosion and fire in the island kingdom that sent flames shooting into the night...

Saudi graft inquiry spreads beyond borders as Bahrain, UAE examines bank...

The Saudi crackdown on corruption has spread beyond its borders as regulators in other GCC states ask their banks for information on Saudi citizens...
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