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Commercial Bank of Qatar  
Our Mission Commercialbank is committed to ongoing developments and improvements in every aspect of its business in order to ensure the highest levels of customer satisfaction. By improving product offer, service delivery systems and by paying constant attention to staff training and development Commercialbank will extend its customer base and thereby maximise asset and shareholder value. Thus Commercialbank will contribute proactively to the development of Qatar’s economic and social welfare.

Qatar National Bank  
Qatar National Bank’s decision to transform its exterior, beginning with its logo, is more about its significant repositioning in the regional financial landscape than about simple rebranding, as Chief Executive Saeed Abdullah Al Misnad explains while outlining QNB’s overall strategy

Qatar Central Bank  
The Qatar Central Bank (QCB) is the central bank of Qatar.Established in August 1993, the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) has inherited the QMA monetary strategy of targeting the exchange rate. QCB kept adopting the policy of fixed exchange rate against the USD at the same rate of QR 3.64 per USD. In their December 2001 Summit, GCC leaders decided to adopt the USD as a common peg for the GCC national currencies as a step towards accomplishing the GCC monetary union with a united currency scheduled to be launched in 2010.

Doha Bank  
Operates the widest domestic network with several local branches and offices supported by ATM locations and international branches in London and Paris.

Standard Chartered Bank - Qatar  
International bank with operations in Qatar. Services include consumer banking, business financial services and global markets.

BNP Paribas in Qatar  
One of the largest international banking networks, with strong positions in Asia and a significant presence in the United States.

Qatar Industrial Development Bank  
QATAR DEVELOPMENT BANK was established by Emiri Decree No. 14 of 1997. QDB's objective is to play an active role in the economic and industrial development of the State of Qatar by helping diversify its industrial base through the promotion and financing of small and medium size industrial projects. The bank will finance Industry, Agriculture, Health, Education, Tourism, Animal resources and Fisheries sectors. The Authorized capital of the Bank is QR 5 Billion and the Paid-up capital is QR 1.5 Billion paid by the Government of the State of Qatar.

HSBC Qatar  
International bank with operations in Qatar. Personal and corporate banking services online.

Qatar International Islamic Bank  
Qatar International Islamic Bank has rapidly grown to become one of the healthiest and most successful banks in Qatar in terms of growth and profitability. Its youthful history is marked with great achievements crowning it as the one of the most efficient banks in its market.


Qatar Islamic Bank  
Vision A leading, innovative and global Islamic bank adhering to the highest Shari’a and ethical principles; meeting international banking standards; partnering the development of the global economy and participating in the advancement of the society.

Arab Bank Qatar  
Our mission has been the road map for leading to the bank's significant role in developing Arab economies through financing strategic infrastructural projects across the Middle East /North Africa region (MENA).

Ahli Bank (QSC) Qatar  
Al-Ahli Bank of Qatar was established in 1983. The Bank's head office commenced operations in August 1984 in the Al Mergab area until it was relocated to the present premises on Salwa Road in September1987. Following this, the Al Mergab office started operating as a second branch. The Old Airport Road branch was inaugurated in September 1989 followed by the Marine Base branch in May 1997.

Alkhaliji Bank Qatar  
Alkhaliji Bank Qatar a newly established commercial bank headquartered in Qatar, bringing a fresh approach to banking.