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Al-Baraka Bank (Lebanon)  
The bank was founded in 1992 and it is the first developing Islamic bank in Lebanon, working according to fiduciary contracts law number 520 dated June 6.1996, holding number 109 of the banks list in the Lebanese Republic. The aim of our banking mission is based on offering the best distinguished and developed services to the clients, which contribute in increasing their investments and revenues through our engagement with the principles and the provisions of the Islamic law.

Al-Mawarid Bank  
Al-Mawarid Bank began its banking life in 1980 with its first branch on Abdel Aziz Street in Hamra. Today, Al-Mawarid operates 12 branches throughout Lebanon , strategically covering all the major cities and residential hubs. This, along with our dynamic range of banking products, has been instrumental in our ever-growing customer base. At Al-Mawarid Bank, our job is to deliver an exceptional service, one that makes banking faster and more convenient, while providing straightforward answers to your questions and genuine solutions to any of your financial needs.

Audi Bank  
Bank Audi’s heritage rests on 175 years of banking tradition and experience. The origins of the Bank are rooted in Sidon, South Lebanon, when Hanna Audi inherited his father's exchange business in 1830. However, it was not until 1938 that the first branch of the Bank was established in Beirut. In 1962, the Bank was incorporated under its present form and was named "Banque Audi sal", and its shareholders' base was opened up, for the first time, to Lebanese and Arab nationals.

Bank MISR Liban  
Bank MISR Liban Bank's Services include: Retail Banking, Asset Management, Bills of Exchange, Correspondent Banking, Documentary Credits, Foreign Exchange, Guarantees, International Settlements, Letters of Credit, Debit Visa Cards

Bank of Beirut  
Bank of Beirut s.a.l. is committed to playing an active role in providing service and assistance to those individuals committed to invest their skills and resources in the economic reconstruction of our country. Wherever our Bank is represented, we will strive to be a leading participant in the regional economic development of that community. The extent of our success in attaining the objectives already set for our Bank should be reflected positively in the measure of our growth.

Banque du Liban et d'Outre-Mer  
Banque du Liban et d’Outre-Mer s.a.l. (named hereafter BLOM BANK) was founded in 1951 by Messrs. Hajj Hussein AL OUEINI, Georges MAALOUF, Najib YAFET and Sheikh Boutros EL – KHOURY. Hajj Hussein AL OUEINI was elected Chairman of Board, Sheikh Boutros EL – KHOURY and Mr. Georges MAALOUF as Vice-President. Sheikh Boutros EL – KHOURY remained in this position until he passed away and Mr. Georges MAALOUF until he immigrated. Mr. Emile BOUSTANY was appointed General Manager.

Banque Libano-Francaise  
Incorporation of Banque Libano-Française as a branch of the French Bank, the Compagnie Algérienne de Crédit et de Banque. Banque Libano-Française launches Point Call®, the only customer service call center in Lebanon that puts you in direct contact with our consultants to securely carry out your transactions over the phone.

Banque Saradar  
Founded in 1948 under the name of “Banque Saradar”, the Bank has grown steadily, developing a loyal customer base. Banque Saradar was one of the first banks in Lebanon to shift its focus from general banking to become an exclusive Private Bank offering value added services to selected clients.

Byblos Bank  
Victor & Fouad Ferneiné, Semaan & Youssef Melkan Bassil founded "Société Commerciale et Agricole Byblos Bassil Frères & Co" in the ancient Phoenician town of Byblos. The company initially dealt with natural silk and leather tanning and carried out some lending activities related to the agricultural, commercial and transportation sectors. In 1961, the Company’s name was changed to "Société Bancaire Agri-cole Byblos Bassil Frères et Co". In 1963, the new adopted name became Byblos Bank SAL and was registered at the newly established Central Bank.


Credit Commercial et Foncier  
Credit Commercial et Foncier S.A.L. (CC&F) is a financial institution incorporated in Beirut on January 07,1967 and listed at the Central Bank list-of financial institutions under No.5 with a Capital of 5 Billion Lebanese Pounds fully paid. The company's capital, reserves and retained earnings exceed 4 million US. Dollars.

Credit Libanais  
Credit Libanais SAL operates as a global a global provider furnishing a full range of banking services channeled through an extensive network of 59 branches in Lebanon, a branch in Limassol, Cyprus; a branch in Manama, Bahrain and a Representative Office in Montreal, Canada. The Bank also is a pioneer in the field of e-banking and reaps the benefits of a large network of international correspondents around the globe.

First Lebanon : Banques libanaises  
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National Bank of Kuwait (Lebanon)  
The National Bank of Kuwait – Lebanon (NBK-L) was established in 1962 under the name of Rifbank, SAL. Today NBK-L has 9 branches located in the popular commercial and touristic areas in Lebanon. These branches are located in Sanayeh, Ashrafieh, Chiah, Dora, Hamra, Mazraa, Jounieh, Bhamdoun and Broumana. All the branches have online connections and offer various traditional banking services, such as current and saving accounts, fixed deposits and consumer lending. The bank has recently introduced new services for all the sectors, including investment accounts, personal loans and salary accounts.

Société Générale de Banque au Liban - SGBL  
Originally called BANQUE BELGO-LIBANAISE (BBL), the bank was founded in 1953 by Michel Sehnaoui & Fils in association with Banque Belge pour l’Etranger and Compagnie Belge de Banque et de Gestion, followed later by their parent company, Société Générale de Banque Bruxelles. Specialized in the management of banking cards, points of sale and automatic teller machines.

FRANSABANK is one of the Leading Lebanese Banks. It is ranked no. 1 on the list of banks operating in Lebanon indicating that it is the oldest bank in Lebanon where it was established in Beirut in 1921. At FRANSABANK we provide a broad range of retail, commercial, corporate, investment and international banking services to local and international clients. We are committed to provide our customers with the highest level of professionalism and integrity, first class services and products in the areas of banking and finance, and ensure our position as a leading financial institution in the local and regional markets.

Mediterranean Bank, Lebanon  
The Bank's mission is to be a leading universal (full-service) banking group in Lebanon, renowned for excellence in service, fidelity to our shareholders, customers, and employees, professional ethics, and combining experience and specialized knowledge with innovative thinking. Their aim is to share ideas, values and business principles among the different banks within our group while ensuring that each bank, in pursuing its market objectives, also enhances the ability of the entire group to offer our customers solutions to all their banking needs that are comprehensive, competitive, and cost effective.

HSBC Lebanon  
In Lebanon, the HSBC Group is represented by HSBC Bank Middle East, the largest and most widely represented International Bank in the Middle East. Euromoney magazine, in their prestigious Awards for Excellence 2004, voted HSBC 'Best Bank' in the Middle East as well as 'Best Debt House' in the Middle East and United Arab Emirates for the second consecutive year. HSBC was also named 'Best at Risk Management' in the Middle East.

FFA Private Bank Lebanon  
Founded in 1994 and regulated by Banque du Liban (BDL), FFA has become a leader in the fields of capital markets and wealth management. In 2007, the firm was granted a specialized bank license by the BDL and is today known as FFA Private Bank. With a shareholder’s equity of approximately 25 million USD, FFA Private Bank is the country’s only independent private bank.

Middle East and Africa Bank  
Middle East and Africa Bank is offering competitive rates of return on local and foreign currency deposits - rates geared to yield higher returns on your deposits. It is bringing International Equity Markets to your door step through handling of all related matters by a team of highly professional private bankers. The Bank is offering complete range of consumer banking facilities to suit a wide range of our customers.

Lebanese Canadian Bank  
Lebanese Canadian Bank's vision: We shall strive to satisfy our customers' needs and exceed their expectations by providing them with the best in quality service and a variety of customized products that answer to their banking demands. In order to achieve this, we will employ all our resources and support in our quest to implement our policies and reach the bank's objectives.

Banca di Roma - Lebanon  
Since 2007 Banca di Roma joined UniCredit Group. The current name Unicredit Banca di Roma was established after the merger of Unicredit Group and Capitalia and testifies to the meeting in history, culture, traditions and experiences. Unicredit Banca di Roma draws its origins from the union of three of the oldest banks in the capital, Banco di Roma, Banco di Santo Spirito and Cassa di Risparmio di Roma.

Banque Nationale De Paris Intercontinentale  
The bank opened the Beirut branch of the BNCI "A". In 1945 Created decentralized management with authority over the entire Middle East called "Branch Headquarters in the Middle East" based on the Branch Beirut. The bank aims to be one of the best and top rated bank in Lebanon as well as in the Middle East;

Housing Bank of Lebanon  
Housing Bank, anonymous Lebanese company organized under the special law. The Housing Bank to grant long-term loans to individuals, especially for those with low income, the average for the purchase, restoration and the establishment of adequate housing with income.

BBAC Bank  
BBAC is a commercial bank that was established in 1956. Its major achievements are a constant growth, a continuous development of the human capital and a strong consolidation of the management system. BBAC is a member in the association of the Lebanese banks as well as in the Union of the Arab Banks. BBAC's mission is to understand the financial needs of its clients and endeavor to satisfy those needs using all its resources, keeping in mind the development of all productive economic sectors.

Banque de L'industrie et du Travail  
BIT Bank has been at the service of its clients for over 40 years, offering them banking relationships highlighted by quality, trust, and long term commitment. We are convinced we can answer specific client requests. BIT Bank was founded in Beirut in 1960 by the late Emile Bustani and Shukri Shammas and other partners. Throughout the years the quality of service, customer satisfaction, trust, and confidence have remained our main objectives. With twelve branches throughout Lebanon, the Bank offers a full range of banking products and financial services provided by a team of nearly 200 professional staff members who have extensive experience and know-how in the banking field.

Syrian Lebanese Commercial Bank  
SLCB believes in building relationships, since maintaining a long-term growth requires our banking activities to contribute positively to the communities we serve. SLCB does not only look after businesses. We have a history of knowledge and long-term customer partnerships that will ensure competitive quality financial services and solutions are delivered efficiently.

Intercontinental Bank of Lebanon Sal  
The first significant capital increase occurred shortly after the purchase of the Bank in 1998, which elevated the capital from LBP 5,072 million to LBP 10,250 million. Capital was then raised after the acquisition of BCP Oriel Bank to LBP 14,414 million. Since the year 2000, capital was reinforced several times, first to LBP 20 billion and then to LBP 30 billion in 2002 and to LBP 45 billion in 2005, by incorporation of part of the past results. Currently, the management is in the process of further capital increases through the emission of new equity and equity-linked securities.

BLC Bank sal  
BLC Bank sal's vision and mission: We are committed to providing the full spectrum of banking services, emphasizing performance, innovation and quality to our local and international clients, and contributing to wealth creation for the community. We expect to become a complete financial services provider locally and internationally, and we seek to continue our journey of progress and to share its benefits with our customers and employees alike.

Lebanon and Gulf Bank  
Lebanon & Gulf Bank S.A.L., a Lebanese Joint Stock Company was incorporated in 1963, registered under No. 43170 at the commercial registry of Beirut and under No. 94 on the banks' list published by the Central Bank of Lebanon. The Bank provides a full range of financial services to corporations, institutions and individuals in Lebanon and abroad from its Head Office located in Beirut Central District, its conveniently located branches in Lebanon, and a branch in Cyprus.

Bank of Kuwait and the Arab World sal  
The main objectives of our Bank are to provide first-rate services and to contribute to the economy by building a solid base. Throughout the years our goal has been to provide the best possible banking services and to offer our customers modern solutions to meet their financial needs. With Online Banking we will offer a wide range of services as well as deposit and loan products to individuals and businesses.

Federal Bank of Lebanon sal  
Could you benefit from a relationship with a local bank with a staff of talented professionals committed to serving you? Where you and your banker work together to create personalized flexible financial opportunities to suit your needs? Then Federal Bank is the bank for you! At Federal Bank of Lebanon, we offer a variety of checking accounts and savings plans to meet every customer´s banking needs.

Audi Saradar Investment Bank (ASIB) Lebanon  
Audi Saradar Investment Bank s.a.l. was established in 1974 under the name Investment and Finance Bank s.a.l. (INFI) as a "specialized bank" under Decree Law No. 22/67 (as amended by Decree Law No. 50 of July 15, 1983 and by Decree Law No. 85 of September 16, 1983). As a "specialized bank", ASIB is subject to certain restrictions on its funding and lending activities, but benefits from exemptions from reserve requirements otherwise applicable to commercial banks and from other regulatory advantages.