We are committed to adhere by the laws and regulations of Qatar Financial Markets Authority and our shares are listed on Qatar Exchange.
Qatari Investors Group (QIG) has high standards of corporate governance, ensuring transparency in financial reporting, accompanied by good business leadership and professionally equipped management that geared to have long-term success for the Company. Corporate governance sets focus not only on business risks and the company’s reputation, but most importantly to oversee the corporate social responsibility towards all our stakeholders.
As a responsible business, we recognize the significance of effective corporate governance by way of showing respect for society and the environment, communicate in an open and transparent manner, and perform in accordance with legal, corporate and ethical guidelines.
We have established a Corporate Governance Model powered by cutting-edge tools and relevant committees that are consistent with our relentless commitment in creating long-term stockholder value and they are part of the reason why we are well-positioned for a productive future.
Though our board of directors is ultimately responsible for overseeing the overall operation of our group, nonetheless, all of our employees play a vital role in enforcing solid governance in accordance with all related laws and regulations and conforms to the International Financial Reporting Standards.
To further strengthen control and boost our employee’s confidence, we adopt a policy that encourages our employees in good faith to comment on our reporting methods and processes and to air out any concerns.
Our commitment is to deliver and maximize our value to our all shareholders and stakeholders alike, and to save the rights of the Minority, to promote the principles of integrity, credibility and transparency, that support a concrete understanding, that as a public conglomerate, we are the custodians of other people’s investments. That said, they have invested with us to achieve higher returns at an acceptable risk.”