Qatari banks now have access to customers' credit info
- Qatar: Monday, January 07 - 2013 at 04:09
Qatar Credit Bureau (Qatar CB) has said banks operating in the country can rate customers based on their creditworthiness as they have now access to credit information, Gulf Times has reported. "Customers with a good credit rating will be in high demand and competition will be geared towards offering them enhanced services, better interest rates and preferential treatment," said Qatar CB CEO, Sheikh Bandar bin Saud al-Thani. "The transparency available to all banks will increase the level of competition, which will benefit consumers," he said.
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