- UAE banks will have to process consumer complaints within timeframe
- New workplace guidebook for students launches in the Emirates
- UAE businesses still have gaps in cyber space
- Online Recruitment Fraud - The Business Breakfast at Dubai Eye 103.8
- James Tebbs of Grant Thornton UAE: “To develop resilience, take responsibility for your mistakes”
- World's fourth largest: Dubai-Abu Dhabi gas field discovery to boost UAE’s economic growth
- Borrowing costs in UAE could drop in 2020
Banks and financial institutions in the UAE will have to process consumer complaints within a certain timeframe and also give clear reasons in writing on the matter under the new framework which the Central Bank is developing
A free careers book for students has been launched in the Emirates with the support of professional services firms Grant Thornton and PwC.
Even with cyber attacks an ever present danger, UAE businesses are just not doing enough to keep data safe.
In this interview series, we are exploring the subject of resilience among successful business leaders. Resilience is one characteristic that many successful leaders share in common, and in many cases it is the most important trait necessary to survive and thrive in today’s complex market.
Dubai police have arrested a gang of cyber criminals trying to steal up to a billion dollars in an employment scam. We speak to a legal forensics expert about how to spot - and avoid - online recruitment fraud. James Tebbs is a Forensics Advisory Partner at Grant Thornton.
The massive gas discovery announced by the UAE authorities on Monday combined with recent oil and gas finds are expected to make the country energy self-sufficient while boosting the oil-GDP [gross domestic product] and external balances, according to economists and oil industry experts.
Borrowing costs for personal, auto, and home loans in the UAE are most likely to remain stable, or could slightly drop in 2020.