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Arab Central Banks

1.

Arab Jordan Investment Bank

 

 

AJIB was founded on February 2nd,1978 to become the first investment bank in Jordan. AJIB was originally founded by Jordanian individuals (50%) and the remainder by Jordanian and other Arab financial institutions.

2.

Arab National Bank

 

 

Arab National Bank (ANB) is one of the ten commercial banks in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. ANB was established in 1980 upon Saudisation of the six branches of Arab Bank of Jordan. The Arab Bank had been operating in the Kingdom for 30 years. Arab Bank own 40% of the shares of ANB while the remaining 60% is owned by 5,000 Saudi nationals.

3.

Bank of Algeria

 

 

Central Bank of Algeria.

4.

Bank of Lebanon

 

 

The Banque du Liban was created by the Code of Money and Credit promulgated by decree no. 13513 dated 1st August 1963. However, it started its effective operations on April 1st, 1964.

5.

Central Bank of Jordan

 

 

The Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) represents the monetary authority in the Kingdom and enjoys the status of autonomous corporate body.

6.

Central Bank of Oman

 

 

The Central Bank of Oman was established vide a Royal Decree promulgated in December 1974 and commenced operations on April 1st 1975 in accordance with provisions defined in the Banking Law of 1974.

7.

Central Banking Resource Center

 

 

'...An excellent starting point for finding any central bank in the world.' The Wall Street Journal

8.

Export-Import Bank of the United States

 

 

The Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) was created in 1934 and established under its present law in 1945 to aid in financing and to facilitate U.S. exports. Its creation was spurred by the economic conditions of the 1930's when exports were viewed as a stimulus to economic activity and employment.

9.

National Bank of Kuwait

 

 

Kuwaiti National Bank offers online services through their web site including personal banking, private banking, corporate center, investment banking, corporate banking and other online services including news and tips.

10.

Qatar Central Bank

 

 

Qatar Central Bank has the pleasure to provide the visitors of its website with data and information related to its various activities.

11.

Saudi American Bank

 

 

Saudi American Bank ( SAMBA) was formed to take over the existing branches of Citibank, N.A. in Riyadh and Jeddah and opened for business on July 12, 1980.( Citibank had opened its Jeddah branch in 1955 and its Riyadh branch in1966 and thus SAMBA can look back on more than 40 years of service to Saudi Arabia).

12.

The Saudi Investment Bank

 

 

The Saudi Investment Bank (SAIB) is a Saudi Arabian joint stock company established by Royal Decree no. M/31 dated June 23, 1976. SAIB is a full service wholesale commercial bank specializing in financing the requirements of sophisticated private sector companies.

13.

The World Bank

 

 

The official website of the World Bank

 

 

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