Qatar Financial Centre
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) is a financial and business centre which was established by the government of Qatar in 2005, to attract international financial services and multinational corporations to grow and develop the market for financial services in the region. QFC will provide access to over US $140 billion of investment in Qatar for the next five years as well as to over US $1 trillion of planned investment across the GCC. QFC consists of a commercial arm – the QFC Authority – and an independent financial regulator – the QFC Regulatory Authority. It also has an independent judiciary which comprises of a civil and commercial court and a regulatory tribunal.
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