Barclays Bank and HSBC are the coordinating banks on the deal. Japanese lenders Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Mizuho Bank and SMBC, alongside Germanys Deutsche Bank and the UKs Standard Chartered are the initial mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners on the deal.
The loan is being used for general corporate purposes, according to a statement from the bank.
QNB is the largest bank in the Middle East and it saw its assets grow to a new high over the course of 2014, reaching QR486bn ($133.6bn).
Total assets increased by almost 10 per cent from December 2013. The lender also recorded a close to 9 per cent growth in loans and advances to reach QR338bn.
Net profits also grew, rising by 10.3 per cent on 2013 to reach QR10.5bn.
QNB maintained a low non-performing loan (NPL) ratio of 1.6 per cent, one of the lowest ratios seen across the Middle East and Africa.
During 2014, it expanded its international presence, acquiring a 19.4 stake in Africas EcoBank. The Qatari bank also acquired an additional stake in QNB Indonesia, bringing its total stake to 82.6 per cent.