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About the Qatar Investment Authority


Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)

Posted: March 27th, 2018

The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Department of the Treasury administers and enforces economic and trade sanctions based on United States foreign policy and national security goals against targeted foreign countries and regimes, terrorists, international narcotics traffickers, those engaged in the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and other threats to the national security, foreign policy or economy of the United States.


Tagged: DE Partnership with Qatar, More On Qatar - About the QIA

Report: QIA Fails to Live up to Good Governance Principles

Posted: March 26th, 2018

A U.S. Government document, from June 2008 and published by the journalistic transparency group WikiLeaks, reveals the Qatari government expressed concern to then-U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson about guidelines for sovereign wealth funds then being developed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). According to the cable, the Qatari Finance Minister Yousef Hussein Kamal (Al Emadi) “expressed concern about [the] IMF-developed guidelines”.


Tagged: More On Qatar - About the QIA

Barclays Series (Part 7): Barclays Breaks Finance Due Diligence Rules for Qatari Prime Minister

Posted: December 19th, 2017

Because of Douglas Emmett’s financial relationship with the QIA, DE-Tenants.org is delving deep into the background, assets and holdings of the Qatari elite—particular the Al Thani family. The forthcoming series focuses on the QIA’s links to the British investment bank Barclays; Douglas Emmett was not involved in the matter. Today, Part Seven, Barclays Breaks Finance Due Diligence Rules for Qatari Prime Minister


Tagged: More on Qatar - Barclays, More On Qatar - About the QIA, More on Qatar - Al Thani Family

Barclays Series (Part 6): Barclays Employee Files Whistleblower Claim

Posted: December 18th, 2017

Because of Douglas Emmett’s financial relationship with the QIA, DE-Tenants.org is delving deep into the background, assets and holdings of the Qatari elite—particular the Al Thani family. The forthcoming series focuses on the QIA’s links to the British investment bank Barclays; Douglas Emmett was not involved in the matter. Today, Part Six, Barclays Employee Files Whistleblower Claim


Tagged: More on Qatar - Barclays, More On Qatar - About the QIA, More on Qatar - Al Thani Family

Barclays Series (Part 5): Barclays Sued by PCP Capital Partners in a $1 Billion Lawsuit

Posted: December 15th, 2017

Because of Douglas Emmett’s financial relationship with the QIA, DE-Tenants.org is delving deep into the background, assets and holdings of the Qatari elite—particular the Al Thani family. The forthcoming series focuses on the QIA’s links to the British investment bank Barclays; Douglas Emmett was not involved in the matter. Today, Part Five, Barclays Sued by PCP Capital Partners in a $1 Billion Lawsuit


Tagged: More on Qatar - Barclays, More On Qatar - About the QIA, More on Qatar - Al Thani Family

Barclays Series (Part 4): Barclays Investigated by Americans Under Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Posted: December 14th, 2017

Because of Douglas Emmett’s financial relationship with the QIA, DE-Tenants.org is delving deep into the background, assets and holdings of the Qatari elite—particular the Al Thani family. The forthcoming series focuses on the QIA’s links to the British investment bank Barclays; Douglas Emmett was not involved in the matter. Today, Part Four, Barclays Investigated by Americans Under Foreign Corrupt Practices Act


Tagged: More on Qatar - Barclays, More On Qatar - About the QIA, More on Qatar - Al Thani Family

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