This accordion-fold booklet contains a series of analytical views of the Arabian coast of the Persian Gulf by AMO-OMA and colleagues from the American University of Sharjah, UAE. . . .
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) had alleged that The Bank had given survive Qatar secret fees that helped, without a UK government bailout in 2008.
the Former Barclays chief executive John Varley was acquitted in June.
The acquittal of the three men is a blow for the SFO, and a draws a line under an ambitious, seven-and-a-half-year investigation, led to The First criminal charges in the UK against the senior lenders with a major bank over credit Crisis -era conduct.
In 2008, Barclays, like other banks, was running dangerously low on cash.
Roger Jenkins , Tom Kalaris, and Richard Eid, all the managers, but not top bosses of Barclays at the time, helped to arrange a £12bn Investment by sovereign wealth funds, including The Gulf state of Qatar.
But the Qataris demanded More Than double the fees of other investors.