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BANKS SUDAN


Al Baraka Bank Sudan  
Member of Al Baraka banking group aims to conduct all banking and investment operations in accordance with Islamic Sharia.

Bank of Sudan  
Central Bank appeared in order to replace the bodies executing its functions which include organizing the issue of currency, formulating monetary and financing policies with the aim of directing finance to serve the economic sectors and build up of a strong, efficient and effective banking system to serve the needs of economic development in the country. The need for having a Central Bank increased after the adoption of the State at that time ambitious economic programs, which made it inevitable to produce monetary and finance policies to conform and match with these ambitious programs for the Sudanese economy.

Al Shamal Islamic Bank  
The Al-Shamal Islamic Bank of Khartoum, founded in 1983, is one of the major financial institutions of Sudan, and one of the leading islamic banks worldwide.

Bank of Khartoum  
Bank of Khartoum (BOK), with 17 branches in the capital and 33 branches nationwide, is the largest Bank in Sudan. It is also the commercial bank with the oldest continuous history in the country.





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