BANKS SAUDI ARABIA
Al Rajhi Banking and Investment Corporation
One of the largest banking companies in Saudi Arabia; offers products and services in personal and corporate banking like credit cards, treasury services, ladies banking, phone banking, deposit boxes, private banking, mutual funds, local shares etc.
National Commercial Bank
First bank established in Saudi Arabia; operates more than 250 branches across the country including more than 100 dedicated exclusively to Islamic banking services; offers personal and business banking services including private banking
Retail & corporate bank with a network of nearly 200 branches and 618 automated teller machines across the Kingdom.
SABB (formerly The Saudi British Bank)
Established on 12 Safar 1398(H) (21 January 1978), SABB formally commenced activities on 26 Rajab 1398(H) (01 July 1978) when it took over the operations of The British Bank of the Middle East in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Samba Financial Group
Bank established in 1980 to take over the then existing Citibank branches in Riyadh and Jeddah; site has info about the services and products it offers
Saudi Hollandi Bank
First bank in Saudi Arabia, originally set up to serve pilgrims from the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia); today it is a Saudi joint stock company, 40% owned by ABN Amro; offers personal banking and corporate banking services and mutual funds
Saudi Investment Bank (SAIB)
Commercial bank whose activities include personal banking, Islamic banking, corporate banking, investment banking, treasury & electronic banking; shareholders include J.P. Morgan Chase, Mizuho Corporate Bank & Saudi investors
Bank that provides Shari'ah-compliant financial services, including personal banking, business banking, investment banking & e-banking; head office is in Jeddah, with branches elsewhere
Arab National Bank
Bank formed by the takeover of Arab Bank Limited in 1980; offers commercial and Islamic banking products besides services in investment, mutual funds and assets management, local and international equity trading, foreign exchange and treasury
Vision We are looking forward to be among the leading national banks, preferred both by the private and the commercial customers when it comes to the selection of their banking partner, through our compliance with the Sharia' banking rules as our principal brand, and our commitment to serve society. Our core values shall be based on customer focus, business values, operational excellence and organizational transformation to achieve the value growth strategy and advanced financial position both in the local and regional markets
Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) is a Multilateral Development Bank (MDB), established to foster the economic development and social progress of its member countries and Muslim communities in non-member countries in accordance with the principles of Shari'ah (Islamic Law).