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Banque Centrale de Tunisie - Central Bank of Tunisia  
The Central Bank of Tunisia exercise on behalf of the state, the privilege of issuing, on the territory of the Republic tunisiennne, banknotes and coins metal, which are legal tender and discharging in the country.

Banque du Sud  
BANK based on compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, an area in which the function plays a key role.

AMEN Bank  
Le Compte SAVINGS EL AMEN is a savings book which allows you to enjoy a safe, efficient and liquid while endorsing a life insurance policy and practice at a modest price.

Arab Tunisian Bank  
Arab Tunisian Bank, a Tunisian commercial bank, was created on June 30, 1982 by the integration of the Arab Bank Plc, Tunis branch with the contribution of Tunisian individuals. It was given for mission the contribution to the economic and financial development of the country, by offering in particular to the professionals a diversified service of good quality. Since its creation, Arab Tunisian Bank followed an active policy of organization, structuring and development of the goodwill, brought by Arab Bank, thus giving itself the possibility to be favorably positioned in a competing and in perpetual change environment.

BEST Bank was established as part of the Tunisian Government's policy which aims to Encourage Arab and Islamic investment in Tunisia and to develop socioeconomic relations between Arab and Islamic countries. With in This context BEST Bank has endeavored to consolidate economic development and progress in Tunisia, in particular, as well as in other Arab and Islamic countries in accordance with the following objectives:

Tunisia and Emirates Bank  
Created in 1982, in application of an agreement between the United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Tunisia, the BTEI (Tunisia Emirates Investment bank) was devoted for a long time to responding to the investment needs of its corporate clients.

Tunisian Qatari Bank  
The TUNISIAN QATARI BANK was formed in 1982 with the name "The Bank Tunisian-Qatarie Investment", and that after an agreement signed on March 3, 1982 between the State of Qatar and the Republic of Tunisia.

STB Bank  
The Société Tunisienne de Banque pioneer in the development of the country The creation of a banking institution specifically Tunisien, designed to meet the exigencies of the situation became critical. The Société Tunisienne de Banque was established in the form of a public company in the share capital of 10,000 dinars and in which the state participated in competition of 52%.