Ibrahim Dabdoub, chief executive of National Bank of Kuwait discusses the biggest challenges ahead for the gulf banking sector:

Globalisation, liberalisation and technology pose the biggest challenges for Gulf banks, which will have to compete with large, financially strong, global banks with a broad product offering, high-quality personnel and a greater capacity to absorb risk. International players are also technologically sophisticated and enjoy efficiencies of scale.

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