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Researches and opinions by Amandeep Ahuja

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Emirates NBD: New mobile services enhance customer ease and experience
Date: Mar 02, 2017   |   Author: Amandeep Ahuja | Research Note
Emirates NBD’s efforts towards digitisation have enabled customers to bank with more ease through new account propositions. From Shake n’ Save to Fitness and other new mobile based applications, the bank is putting itself at the forefront of digital services.
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The merger of equals: What’s next for UAE banks?
Date: Aug 02, 2016   |   Author: Amandeep Ahuja | News Analysis
The boards of directors of National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) and First Gulf Bank (FGB) have approved a proposed merger of the banks, which will create the largest bank in the Middle East and North Africa region.
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The scandal that is shaking Malaysia’s financial sector
Date: Aug 01, 2016   |   Author: Amandeep Ahuja | News Analysis
Malaysia's prime minister Najib Razak, 1MDB, and several international banks are under scrutiny for alleged corruption and anti-money laundering violations.
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TAB Live on Brexit: London will not lose its financial significance
Date: Jul 15, 2016   |   Author: Amandeep Ahuja | TABLive
Ahmed Maan Tabaqchalli, chief investment officer of Asia Frontier Capital in UK, and Philippe Paillart, former chief executive officer of DBS Group, discuss the future of London, Europe, and the global economy after Britain decided to leave the European Union.

 




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