Banks Oman

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Oman International Bank  
Oman Arab African Bank was established on 1st January, 1979 as an Omani Joint Stock Company. Its objective was to create an alliance with Arab African International Bank, Cairo and first class local shareholders.

Central Bank of Oman  
The Central Bank of Oman is responsible for maintaining the internal and external value of the national currency. It’s also the regulator of the Oman’s commercial banks, specialized banks and finance and leasing companies.

Oman Arab Bank  
A powerful presence in Oman, Oman Arab Bank (OAB) was established on 1st October 1984 as a closed joint stock company. The bank began its operations after acquiring the branches of Arab Bank , Plc., Jordan , which had been operating in Oman since 1973.

With assets worth over US $10.9 billion, BankMuscat (SAOG) is the largest bank in Oman today with a strong presence in Corporate Banking, Retail Banking, Investment Banking, Treasury, Private Banking and Asset Management.

National Bank of Oman  
Second largest bank in Oman; has 49 branches and 75 ATMs in Oman, 5 branches in Egypt and one in Abu Dhabi; site has information on services in consumer banking, corporate banking, correspondent banking, global treasury, investment banking etc

Bank Dhofar  
Omani-owned commercial bank; has a network of 48 branches and 66 ATMs; activities: personal finance services, commercial banking, corporate, investment banking & markets, private banking etc

HSBC Oman  
As an HSBC customer, you have the freedom to bank with us when and where you choose. We have a complete range of channels available to suit all your preferences

Standard Chartered Bank, Oman  
The Chartered Bank opened in Muscat in July 1968, the day after the expiry of a 20-year monopoly over all banking in the Sultanate in favour of the British Bank of the Middle East. In September 1996 the branch moved to new premises in the prime business location next to the Oman Sheraton Hotel, Ruwi. Since march 1996 operations were centralised and are part of the Southern Gulf, Dubai administration. - Oman  
Provides comprehensive details of corporate and consumer banking services, working hours and a brief history of the institution within Oman.


Omzest Group  
One of the largest banks in the Sultanate of Oman with a network covering every corner of the country.