Qatar eyes greater investor interest with new site

Software_platformThe Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) has launched a revamped website in an attempt to attract greater interest from investors. The launch is part of a wider modernisation program for the exchange designed to improve investment awareness in the country and to enhance the “overall experience of current and potential investors” using the site for news and data related to securities listed on the QSE. “The launch of the new website is a new step in the context of our business development strategy aiming to enhance investment attractiveness and promote institutional and societal sustainability,” said Aisha Al Mahmoud, IT director at the QSE. “With new interactive tools, mobile optimisation and improved market watch page, our stakeholders will experience innovative features, including well-informative charts and graphs of trading and stocks data designed to help investors with their investment decisions,” she said. In addition the QSE has also introduced a new investors’ relations award to recognise listed firms that have increased their engagement with investors. © 2020 funds global mena

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