banks,Financial institutions

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...
Awnak Company Installments
Awnak Company Installments Awnak Company Installments The General Manager Word: Dear: fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters ,, Your company ( awnak for installments ) established to offer services to stand beside you for helping how you buying your needs. I Tried my best to overcome difficulties that face you, in this respect we opened special branch for mothers and sisters with employability ladies . All employees are trained well to help customers. we assure you and hope this company will be your house which covers and protects all customers, in the same time I expect everyone to protect this house from fall we shall be pleased to receive your comments through complaints and suggestions box in the company. or send by e-mail. with my Best wishes . more...
Al-Watania for Industries (WFI)
Al-Watania for Industries (WFI) Al-Watania for Industries (WFI) is member of Sheikh Sulaiman Al-Rajhi endowments with significant profit donated to charity works. WFI has 6 manufacturing subsidiaries that adopted the highest local and international standards and achieved many international quality certificates. Some of WFI subsidiaries existed in 1970s. The subsidiaries include: Al Watania Plastics (WP), Al Watania for Containers Manufacturing (CMC), Al Watania Paper Products (Waper), National Factory for Foodstuff Production- AL WAHA (nffp), Al Watania Bricks, International CAP LLC (CAPEX). WFI Head Office is located in 2nd Industrial city, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Its factories and branches are existed in the main Saudi and some GCC cities while its production reaches many countries all over the world. It is honor for Al-Watania for Industries all strategic business units of its, inside and outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that it has become part of the Endowment of Sheikh Sulaiman Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi. more...
Halwani Bros
Halwani Bros Since its founding in the 1950s, Halwani Bros made its commitment of delivering quality Middle Eastern food products to the public, using original recipes along with modern machinery, advanced manufacturing techniques and hygienic methods. Over the years, Halwani succeeded in realizing its vision of becoming a market leader and promoting its heritage across the region and worldwide. It is our commitment to satisfy our customers’ needs by offering quality and innovative food products and increasing our market share to guarantee sustainable growth to our business for added-value to our investors. more...
NAFA Enterprises, Ltd.
NAFA  Enterprises, Ltd. NAFA Enterprises, Ltd., which was established in 1984, is the mother company of the NAFA Group. NAFA Enterprises, Ltd. is one of the leading and fast growing companies in Saudi Arabia. NAFA Enterprises, Ltd. is the holding company which manages and supervises other members of the NAFA Group. more...
Al Rajhi Bank
Al Rajhi Bank Founded in 1957, Al Rajhi Bank is one of the largest Islamic banks in the world with total assets of SR 288 billion (US$ 76.8 bn), a paid up capital of US$4.3 billion and an employee base of over 8,400 associates. With over 50 years of experience in banking and trading activities, the various individual establishments under the Al Rajhi name were merged into the umbrella 'Al Rajhi trading and exchange corporation' in 1978 and it was in 1988 that the bank was established as a Saudi share holding company. Deeply rooted in Islamic banking principles, the Sharia compliant banking group is instrumental in bridging the gap between modern financial demands and intrinsic values, whilst spearheading numerous industry standards and development. With an established base in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Al Rajhi Bank has a vast network of over 500 branches, over 100 dedicated ladies branches, more than 3,600 ATM's, 28,000 POS terminals installed with merchants and the largest customer base of any bank in the Kingdom, in addition to 130 remittance centers across the kingdom. The first men's branch was opened in Aldirah in 1957, with the first ladies branch being opened in AlShmaisi in 1979. more...
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