Public & private banks

Al Rajhi Bank
Al Rajhi Bank Al Rajhi Bank offers a variety of banking services such as deposits, loans, investment advice, securities trading, remittances, credit cards, and consumer financing. All services are offered according to Islamic requirements. more...
AlJazira Bank
AlJazira Bank AlJazira Bank is the from financial institutions leading the rapid growth, the "financial group Saudi Arabia put the customer at the center of their attention, and is always working on the development of innovative products and services are compatible with the provisions of Islamic law, and meet the needs of all customers from individuals, companies and organizations provided by qualified personnel and specialists are dedicated to customer service With regard to human resources, the bank has given the greatest importance of this aspect and strongly invested in it in order to upgrade the capabilities of its human resources in line with the steady growth in its products and services and channels and infrastructure. Through a series of initiatives resulted in the laying the management of human resources world-class characterized by a system of review and development with performance indicators to measure performance and incentive program and specialized training programs and constructive. The Bank maintained an effective working environment with long-term programs to recruit and retain national talent which led to the lifting of Saudization rate of 23%. more...
Alinma Bank
Alinma Bank Alinma Bank : Alinma Bank is licensed to operate in the Saudi financial services sector, a sector that has experienced positive growth in recent years and is vital to the strength of the national economy. It is in this strong economic environment that Alinma Bank will show its competitive advantages in the following areas. Shariah Compliance: Alinma Bank seeks to become an integrated financial institution that is in complete accordance with Shariah-compliant banking standards in all services and transactions. It is this dedication to higher standards that Alinma Bank believes will establish it as the touchstone for Shariah banking compliance at the local level in Saudi Arabia, at the regional level and at the broader international level. Capital: In terms of capitalization, Alinma Bank is one of the largest financial institutions to be established in Saudi Arabia. Such a strong financial foundation gives Alinma an advantage it will need as it works towards executing its strategic plans, striving towards its goals, achieving consistent growth, meeting its customers’ needs, nurturing its employees’ aspirations and showing strong return on investment for its shareholders. Professional Management: Alinma Bank’s executive and managerial core comprises individuals who are highly qualified and capable of leading the organization. All bring to Alinma strong backgrounds in the financial services industry as well as personal leadership qualities. With such talented people, Alinma is confident that it can succeed in growing its business and in becoming one of the leading Shariah-compliant financial institutions in Saudi Arabia and abroad. more...
Samba Financial Group
Samba Financial Group We are one of the region's largest and most acclaimed financial services groups with an unrivalled reputation for world class financial solutions comparable with the best in the world.Since our inception, Samba has been leading the industry in innovation with a long list of industry firsts, playing a major role in the modern transformation of banking in Saudi Arabia. Indeeed, our world class services, market-leading products and superior technology have made us one of the most successful financial services brands and the most internationally acclaimed bank in Saudi Arabia and even the Middle East more...
J.P. Morgan Bank - KSA
J.P. Morgan Bank - KSA J.P. Morgan is a leader in asset management, investment banking, private banking, treasury and securities services, and commercial banking. Today, the firm serves one of the largest client franchises in the world, including corporations, institutional investors, hedge funds, governments, healthcare organizations, educational institutions and affluent individuals in more than 100 countries. J.P. Morgan’s core businesses include: Asset Management. Corporate & Investment Bank. Private Banking. Commercial Banking . more...
Bank Muscat-KSA
Bank Muscat-KSA Bank Muscat is the leading financial services provider in Oman with a strong presence in Corporate Banking, Retail Banking, Investment Banking, Treasury, Private Banking and Asset Management. The international operations consist of a branch each in Riyadh (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), Kuwait and a Representative Office each in Dubai (UAE) and Singapore. The mission of the International Operations group is to realize bank muscat’s ambition to become a distinguished regional bank. The International expansion strategy of the bank aims at expanding geographically to complement our strong presence in Oman and to diversify our risk. The International Operations consist of a branch each in Riyadh (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), Kuwait and a Representative Office in Dubai (UAE) and Singapore. BankMuscat currently owns 49% of BMI Bank B.S.C ©, an independent bank in Bahrain. The Bank also has a 43% stake in the Mangal Keshav Group, one of the oldest and most respected securities houses in the fast-growing Indian equities market, 97% stake in Muscat Capital LLC, a brokerage and investment banking entity in Saudi Arabia, besides a stake in Silkbank Ltd. in Pakistan. more...
Deutsche bank -ksa
Deutsche bank -ksa Deutsche bank -ksa : Vision :Do our best to serve the shareholders, and through the development of the customer in the first place and their attention and build a global network of businesses that achieve balanced and supported by strong capital and high liquidity. Cherish and appreciate our roots and German always committing ourselves so we find ourselves on the world stage. We belong to a culture quickly adapt to the risks and take advantage of the positives, they also attract individuals with the skill and talent and development, and at the same time supports the principle of partnership and work in a team, and take into account the environment as well as the community in which we work more...
National Bank of Kuwait (NBK Group) -KSA
National Bank of Kuwait (NBK Group) -KSA NBK set up in the KSA by opening its first branch in Jeddah in 2006 to capture Kuwaiti linkages and service Group relationships locally. The branch offers full commercial banking services across a broad spectrum of areas including trade, contractor, corporate, retail and treasury. It has fully dedicated relationship managers trained to tailor solutions that meet customers’ needs. In the area of project and syndicated finance, the branch draws on the extensive resources and experience of the NBK Group to participate in local transactions. NBK Jeddah also works closely with its counterparts within NBK’s network of branches and subsidiaries to support customers with their cross-border transactions and global investment needs. For further information, please call our Call Center toll free on 800-1266677 or contact our branch during opening hours (9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. from Saturday to Wednesday). more...
Riyad Bank
Riyad Bank Riyad Bank is one of the largest financial institutions in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East, with a strong corporate and retail banking franchise. Operational Performance Mobilizing its substantial capital base and with decades of expertise to assume a leading role in all areas of Saudi finance, Riyad Bank is a leading financier and arranger of syndicated loans in the oil, petrochemicals, and most of the Kingdom’s notable infrastructure projects. We offer our clients an accessible and expanded network of more than 304 branches with 64 dedicated ladies branches and 19 ladies sections in other branches, as well as 20 self-service electronic branches A branch in London and Offices in Houston (USA), and Singapore help us support the international banking needs of our clients. Riyad Bank’s investment banking arm Riyad Capital is a leading player in the IPO advisory business and asset management in Saudi Arabia, having won numerous investment awards in categories ranging from “best mutual performance” to “best fund manager.” more...
Gulf International Bank GIB
Gulf International Bank GIB GIB serves GCC-based clients in a range of specialised areas. These include corporate advisory, asset management, structured and project finance and GCC capital markets activities. Client-led corporate finance has resulted in a broad range of mandates being executed including merger and acquisition transactions and debt and equity placements. While the Kingdom of Bahrain is the hub of GIB's relationship banking activities, Gulf International Bank (UK) Limited (GIBUK), the Bank's principal subsidiary, provides a centre of excellence for asset management and investment banking. The Riyadh and Jeddah branches facilitate deeper penetration of the large Saudi Arabian market and position GIB favourably for expansion in the investment banking arena. GIB has dealing rooms in Bahrain, London and Riyadh, implementing hedging and investment strategies, trading securities portfolios, and investing in specialised markets through external fund managers, to achieve effective risk diversification. Foreign exchange and money market activities include deposits and placements, Euro-commercial paper, spot and forward foreign exchange transactions, margin trading facilities, and foreign exchange and interest rate derivative instruments. more...
Bank Albilad
Bank Albilad Bank Albilad .. Vision: That sober the best choice to provide true Islamic banking solutions Message: Pursuit through initiative and innovation to provide banking services on the basis of real legitimacy to achieve the aspirations of our clients And employees and shareholders. Public Administration Headquarters Riyadh Branches: The country seeks to spread in all cities and regions of the Kingdom with branches provide for ladies and banking centers. More Products and services offered The design of the country's products and services provided by commensurate with the targeted customer segments. The Bank will provide financing, deposits and investment products and processes such as mediation and transfers to meet the demand of its customers targeted sectors For more information, you can access one of the following services: Services personnel. Corporate Services . more...
Emirates NBD, Saudi Arabia
Emirates NBD, Saudi Arabia Emirates Bank, the first foreign bank to get a license to operate in Saudi Arabia. Founded Emirates NBD, the banking group leader in the region, in the October 16, 2007, while listed shares of Emirates NBD in Dubai Financial Market officially, is Emirates NBD as a result of the merger between Emirates Bank and National Bank of Dubai and become a regional plan to strengthen the banking and financial sector to collect it between the second and fourth largest banks in the United Arab Emirates to form a banking group with the largest budget in the GCC countries, which amounted to 281.6 billion dirhams as at December 31, 2009, to be able to provide enhanced value across corporate banking, retail and investment Islamic All the GCC countries. The vision of Emirates NBD in that he considers the world's leading enterprise services and the most vibrant in the Middle East. more...
National Bank of Bahrain -KSA
National Bank of Bahrain -KSA The purpose of the exercise of all of the company's commercial banking and retail services in Bahrain, and the bank is engaged in massive infrastructure projects and the Bank plays a key role in the local economy of Bahrain National Bank of Bahrain largest network of 26 branches and 59 ATMs, the Bank plays a key role in the local economy. At the same time, the Bank continues to diversify and develop capabilities to capture business opportunities in the Gulf region and international markets. Our Abu Dhabi and Riyadh branch lead the way in this initiative. Publicly listed on the Bahrain Stock Exchange, the Bank is owned 51% by private shareholders, mainly Bahrainis, and 49% by Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company, which is 100% owned by the Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Market driven and customer led, the Bank harnesses the latest technology to people skills, enabling its 570 employees to deliver highly professional services for retail and corporate customers, financial institutions and government organizations. more...
Barclays
Barclays Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in personal banking, cards, corporate and investment banking, as well as wealth and investment management. With over 300 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays invests, protects, lends and moves money on behalf of clients worldwide. Through Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, you can access international and private banking, financing, wealth planning, trust and fiduciary services, investment management, brokerage services and research. And, of course, you will benefit from access to the breadth of personal, corporate and investment banking expertise across our group, one of the largest financial services organisations in the world. To find out more about our services, careers and insights at Barclays Wealth and Investment Management please explore visit our website where you will find relevant news, advice and research. more...
Arab National Bank (ANB)
Arab National Bank (ANB) Arab National Bank (ANB) : ANB HERITAGE: Arab National Bank was established in 1979, by Royal Decree M/38, taking over the existing operations of Arab Bank in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. ANB, a Saudi Listed Joint Stock Company, now ranks amongst the 10-15 largest banks in the Middle East. Headquartered in the capital city of Riyadh, the Bank is supported by Regional Offices in Jeddah and Khobar, and has a branch in London. Over the past 35 years, ANB has been committed to live up to its brand promise of being “A Friend Indeed”. ANB GROUP: ANB Group offers comprehensive commercial and investment banking services, in addition to specialized services in the fields of heavy equipment leasing and home finance. ANB is a universal commercial bank catering for the diverse needs of its Corporate and Retail clients. To service a large and varied customer base which exceeds 2 million, the Bank has an extensive distribution network, with 299 premises spanning over the Kingdom. These include upwards of 199 branches (of which 47 are Ladies’ Branches/ Sections) 93 remittance centers (TeleMoney) and 7 sales centers. Complementing the traditional distribution points, ANB has 1,100 ATMs, around 11,000 point-of-sale terminals, an award-winning customer contact center and a technologically advanced, yet customer-friendly, online banking service. ANB Invest, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ANB, is the investment banking arm of the Group. It provides advisory services in addition to brokerage and asset management. Al-Arabi Heavy Equipment Leasing (AHEL), a 62.5%-owned subsidiary, specializes in lease-financing for heavy equipment. Saudi Home Loans (SHL), a 40%-owned affiliate in partnership with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Dar Al-Arkan, caters for the growing needs of home finance. ANB Insurance, a Saudi joint stock company, with ANB, MetLife Alico and Chartis (AIG) as joint-venture partners, provides corporate and personal insurance products. VISION: A Prominent, Quality Arab Bank BRAND PROMISE A Friend Indeed Our promise is to earn your friendship, by being transparent and committed, by making sure you are always satisfied. This is why we are a friend indeed. more...
Saudi Credit & Saving bank
Saudi Credit & Saving bank The bank was established Saudi Credit & Savings in 1391 AH has been focused bank's activity at the beginning of its establishment on social loans then the bank's expansion in the activities which included professional loan to be combined with loans Social and desire of the leadership in the diversification of the bank's activities and the development of its business .. Saudi Credit and saving a pillar important government in providing development loans facilitator for the citizens of this great country to enable them to contribute to the role of an actor and influential in the process of construction in addition to support small and emerging because of its high importance in building the economy of the Kingdom has adopted Bank strategies and plans for the development of this sector and to facilitate and accelerate the lending process through the program tracks. Bank seeks to achieve four objectives that will advance the process of economic and social development in the Kingdom and those goals are as follows: 1-providing interest-free loans for small businesses and emerging employers and trades and professions of citizens to encourage them to engage in business for themselves and for their own account. 2-provide loans without social benefits for people with limited income citizens .. to help them overcome their financial difficulties. 3-CMOS to act as coordinator for the care sector, small enterprises and start-ups. 4-work to encourage savings and savings for individuals and institutions in the Kingdom .. and find the tools to achieve this end. more...
The Islamic Development Bank
The Islamic Development Bank The Islamic Development Bank is an international financial institution established in pursuance of the Declaration of Intent issued by the Conference of Finance Ministers of Muslim Countries held in Jeddah in Dhul Q'adah 1393H, corresponding to December 1973. The Inaugural Meeting of the Board of Governors took place in Rajab 1395H, corresponding to July 1975, and the Bank was formally opened on 15 Shawwal 1395H corresponding to 20 October 1975. Purpose: The purpose of the Bank is to foster the economic development and social progress of member countries and Muslim communities individually as well as jointly in accordance with the principles of Shari'ah i.e., Islamic Law. Functions: The functions of the Bank are to participate in equity capital and grant loans for productive projects and enterprises besides providing financial assistance to member countries in other forms for economic and social development. The Bank is also required to establish and operate special funds for specific purposes including a fund for assistance to Muslim communities in non-member countries, in addition to setting up trust funds. The Bank is authorized to accept deposits and to mobilize financial resources through Shari'ah compatible modes. It is also charged with the responsibility of assisting in the promotion of foreign trade especially in capital goods, among member countries; providing technical assistance to member countries; and extending training facilities for personnel engaged in development activities in Muslim countries to conform to the Shari'ah. Membership: The present membership of the Bank consists of 56 countries. The basic condition for membership is that the prospective member country should be a member of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), pay its contribution to the capital of the Bank and be willing to accept such terms and conditions as may be decided upon by the IDB Board of Governors. more...
Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF
Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF) is a Saudi Arabian Joint Stock Company established by Royal Decree No. M/23 dated June 4, 1977. Global Partnership: The Bank is affiliated with Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank that holds an equity interest of 31.1%. Credit Agricole CIB is a fully-fledged member of the Crédit Agricole Group, the second largest bank in France, and seventh amongst banks of the Euroland by total equity. As of April 2014, the Bank has a capital strength of 12,053,571,670 SR. Objectives: Our objective is to provide all types of commercial banking services to both domestic and international customers. BSF aims at creating a long term and personalized partnership with all its customers, gaining loyalty through recognized banking expertise, quality of service, as well as innovative and customized financial solutions. more...
Saudi Hollandi Bank
Saudi Hollandi Bank Saudi Hollandi Bank, the first operating bank in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, was founded in 1926. Originally it was known as 'The Netherlands Trading Society', and operated out of one office in Jeddah. Its main business at the time was providing financial services to Haj pilgrims from Indonesia. As it was the only bank in the Kingdom at the time, it acted as the central bank, keeping the Kingdom's gold reserves and receiving oil revenues on behalf of the Saudi Arabian government. In 1928 the Saudi Riyal, a new silver coin commissioned by Late King Abdulaziz, became the Kingdom's first independent currency. The Netherlands Trading Society office in Jeddah had the honour of assisting the government with the launch of the local currency. In 1954 the Netherlands Trading Society expanded its operations in the Kingdom by opening two additional branches, in Al Khobar and Dammam, in the Eastern Province. In 1969, ABN Bank was one of the first foreign banks to implement the Saudization initiatives set forth by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) and became the model for other foreign banks in the Kingdom. In 1977 the Saudi Hollandi Bank was established as a joint-venture company with a paid-up capital of SAR 35 million. The branch network was expanded to include Riyadh, Jubail, Makkah, Hofuf, Madinah, Qatif and other regions. more...
The National Commercial Bank
The National Commercial Bank The National Commercial Bank was the first Saudi bank to be licensed in the Kingdom. It is considered the largest in the Saudi Arabia and a leading financial institution in the Region. The Bank initiated its business under the name of ‘‘The National Commercial Bank’’ following the Royal Decree on 20 Rabi Thani 1373H (26 December 1953). In 1999, the Government through the Ministry of Finance's Public Investment Fund (PIF) acquired a majority holding in the Bank. The National Commercial Bank owns 90.71% of NCB Capital, its investment arm the Premier Investment bank in the Kingdom, and owns 66.27% of Türkiye FinansKatılımBankası (TFKB), the leading participation bank in Turkey. more...
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