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Central Bank of Yemen  
The Central Bank of Yemen was established in 1971. When the northern and southern sectors of Yemen reunited on 22 May 1990, the Central Bank of Yemen merged with the Bank of Yemen under the original name of 'Central Bank of Yemen'. The Central Bank of Yemen is an independent body created by Law to carry out all the functions of a normal central bank with the paramount objective of conducting monetary policy to keep inflation under control, stabilize the exchange rate of the national currency and promote investment and economic growth.

International Bank of Yemen  
Headquartered in Sana'a with branches in most of major cities in Yemen,the bank offers its customers a comprehensive range of banking services which include personal banking ,commercial and corporate banking, trade related facilities, foreign exchange and money transfer services.

Yemen Bank For Reconstruction and Development  
undertakes all banking activities through its head office in Sana'a and 36 branches spread all over the Republic of Yemen.

Saba Islamic Bank  
Saba Islamic Bank announced its accession to the World Trade Financing Programme of the International Finance Corporation (the private sector of the World Bank Group). Said Sheikh Hamid Abdullah Red Bank board chairman Saba Islamic bank that the accession to the World Trade Financing Programme of the International Finance Corporation has indications of the bank The Yemeni banking sector

Tadhamon International Islamic Bank  
Bank of the Islamic Solidarity International Islamic financial institution founded in Yemen in 1995 and the total amount of property rights until the end in 2002, some three billion seven hundred million riyals contribute selected business leaders in addition to other Arab financial institutions.

Arab Bank Limited  
Today, the Arab Bank Group has the largest Arab banking branch network world-wide, with over 400 branches in 28 countries, spanning 5 continents.

Calyon - Corporate & Investment Bank  
Creation of Calyon, the new brand and corporate name of the Crédit Agricole group's financing and investment banking business, through the partial transfer of assets from Crédit Lyonnais to Crédit Agricole Indosuez

Yemen Gulf Bank  
Yemen Gulf Bank is registered as a Yemen Share Holding incorporated company under the laws of Republic of Yemen, Supervised and regulated by the Central Bank Of Yemen (CBY).