The ownership motion was agreed at the bank's annual general meeting on Sunday, the statement said.
The ownership motion was agreed at the bank's annual general meeting on Sunday, the statement said. The previous limit was 25 per cent; only 16.18 per cent of the firm is currently held by non-Qatari investors, according to bourse data.
"This change allows the bank to open up to international investors and increase the liquidity of the bank's shares," Al Khaliji said in a statement.
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