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Ratings

Ratings

Moody’s – May 2017

Moody’s Investors Service, (“Moody’s”) has assigned a first time rating of A1 with stable outlook to QIB’s local and foreign currency deposit. Moody’s, cited that the bank has solid asset quality,sound capital buffers, good profitability, underpinned by its established and growing retail and corporate Islamic banking franchise. In addition to the A1 long term deposit rating, Moody’s has also assigned a short term rating of Prime-1 local and foreign currency deposit ratings, baa2 baseline credit assessment (BCA) and a baa2 adjusted BCA. Furthermore, Moody's has assigned a Counterparty Risk Assessment (CR Assessment) of Aa3(cr)/ Prime-1(cr).

Fitch Rating - April 2017

Fitch Ratings has affirmed Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) Long Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'A+' with a Stable Outlook and Viability Rating (VR) at ‘bbb’. QIB's rating reflects the Bank's established franchise in Qatar, its sound asset quality, solid funding and liquidity profile with a franchise that is more diversified than that of many peers. It also takes into account the bank's adequate profitability, and satisfactory capital and leverage ratios. QIB’s latest Fitch Ratings are as follows: Short-Term IDR affirmed at ‘F1’, Support Rating affirmed at ‘1’, Support Rating Floor affirmed at ‘A+’; The QIB Sukuk Ltd’s Trust certificate issuance programme was also affirmed at ‘A+’ with its senior unsecured certificates affirmed at ‘A+’.

Capital Intelligence (CI) - April 2017

Capital intelligence Rating (CI Ratings or CI) affirms Qatar Islamic Bank’s (QIB) Financial Strength Rating (FSR) of ‘A’, with a ‘stable’ Outlook. The FSR is supported by good overall capital adequacy including a strong and improved CET1 ratio, and still fairly good profitability, which is underpinned by a low cost base.

The Bank’s Long-term Foreign Currency Rating (FCR) is raised to ‘A+’ while the short-term FCR is affirmed at ‘A2’ on a ‘stable’ outlook

Standard & Poor's – May 2016

Standard & Poor's (S&P),The Global Ratings has affirmed Qatar Islamic Bank’s (QIB) “A-/A-2” long and short term counterparty credit ratings. QIB's rating reflects an adequate business position based on a strong Islamic franchise in Qatar, its strong capital and earnings position and adequate liquidity position. S&P has revised its outlook to negative anticipating pressure on the operating conditions for banks in Qatar.