About CB

Qatar Credit Bureau was established pursuant to Qatar Central Bank Board of Directors Resolution No. 5 (2008) issued on June 29, 2008, and began operating effectively on March 21, 2011.​​​​

Qatar Credit Bureau is considered one of the important tools that assist Qatar Central Bank in increasing the effectiveness of banking supervision and contributing to the development of policies based on correct credit information, which helps reduce and limit credit risks.

Qatar Credit Bureau provides reliable and accurate financial data, subject to international data quality standards, in addition to applying the best safety practices and procedures to ensure the security and confidentiality of the transferred data.

In a statement on this occasion, His Excellency Sheikh Bandar bin Mohammed bin Saud Al Thani, Governor of Qatar Central Bank, said that the management of Qatar Central Bank has found the importance of establishing Qatar Credit Bureau to help prepare sound credit policies, make the right credit decision, and reduce financing risks, which reflects positively on the financial stability of the state.

Qatar Credit Bureau’s Bylaws​


 The main business rule of Qatar Credit Bureau is to determine the way in which QCB, and its members will conduct their business, protect the credit information that QCB may record and the terms of conditions to use that information.

The purpose of this code is to establish a code of conduct to regulate the work and performance of all individuals subject to the scope of application of this Code.

The Code clarifies the high standards of integrity, ethical behavior and the legal obligations of each person or institution subject to the provisions of this Code.
The Code encourages adherence to these standards to protect and promote the interests of all stakeholders.​

For more information, please view the rules of Qatar Credit Bureau. Click Here​​