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Samba Financial Group SJSC

1090.SE

Latest Trade

25.65SAR

Change

0.00(0.00%)

Volume

908,655

Today's Range

25.50

 - 

25.75

52 Week Range

18.30

 - 

34.95

As of on the Saudi Arabian Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
25.65
Open
25.70
Volume
908,655
3M AVG Volume
34.13
Today's High
25.75
Today's Low
25.50
52 Week High
34.95
52 Week Low
18.30
Shares Out (MIL)
2,000.00
Market Cap (MIL)
51,300.00
Forward P/E
13.27
Dividend (Yield %)
5.54

Next Event

Q3 2020 Samba Financial Group SJSC Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

Saudi's SAMBA Q2 Profit Rises

Saudi's NCB Signs Framework Agreement With SAMBA For Potential Merger

SAMBA Financial Group Q1 Profit Rises

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About Samba Financial Group SJSC

Samba Financial Group SJSC is a Saudi Arabia-based banking institution. It provides a range of banking and related services as well as Shariah approved Islamic banking products. It operates under the following business segments: Consumer, which comprises individual customer time deposits, current, call and savings accounts, as well as credit cards, retail investment products, individual and consumer loans; Corporate, which comprises corporate time deposits, current and call accounts, overdrafts, loans and other credit facilities as well the Group’s customer derivative portfolios and its corporate advisory business; Treasury, which principally manages money market, foreign exchange, commission rate trading and derivatives for corporate and institutional customers as well as for the Group’s own account, and Investment Banking, which is engaged in investment management services and asset management activities related to dealing, managing, arranging, advising and custody businesses.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

P.O Box 833

11421

Saudi Arabia

+966.1.14774770

http://www.samba.com/

Executive Leadership

Ammar Alkhudairy

Chairman of the Board

Issa Bin Mohammed Al Issa

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Ranya Mahmoud Nashar

Chief Executive Officer

Yazed Al-Humaid

Deputy Chairman

Abdul Halim Sheikh

Chief Financial Officer

Key Stats

2.56 mean rating - 9 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, SAR)

2017

7.9K

2018

8.2K

2019

8.6K

2020(E)

8.4K
EPS (SAR)

2017

2.510

2018

2.760

2019

2.040

2020(E)

1.933
Price To Earnings (TTM)
12.24
Price To Sales (TTM)
5.79
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.15
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
11.62
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
17.46
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
17.46
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
1.69

Latest News

Latest News

Coronavirus strikes down global M&A as companies keep their distance

Global M&A activity tumbled to its lowest level in more than a decade in the second quarter, according to data provider Refinitiv, as companies gave up on expansion plans to focus on protecting their balance sheets and employees in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

MIDEAST STOCKS-NCB, Samba jump on potential merger; Qatar eases

Saudi Arabia's stock market rose on Sunday, boosted by National Commercial Bank and Samba Financial Group Bank after they signed an initial merger agreement, while Qatar's index retreated in early trade.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday:

Saudi Arabia's biggest lender NCB in merger talks with Samba

National Commercial Bank <1180.SE>, Saudi Arabia's biggest lender, said on Thursday it had signed an initial agreement with smaller lender Samba Financial Group <1090.SE> to create a combined entity with almost $214 billion in assets.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Most Gulf shares fall as virus cases rise, banks support Saudi

* Samba jumps on merger speculation * Samba, NCB in merger talks- Sources * QNB weighs on Qatar By Maqsood Alam June 25 (Reuters) - Most Gulf stock markets fell on Thursday as the number of coronavirus cases across the region climbed, with Saudi's index the exception as...

Saudi lenders NCB and Samba are in early merger talks - sources

National Commercial Bank (NCB), Saudi Arabia's largest lender by assets, is in early-stage merger talks with smaller rival Samba Financial Group, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf stocks slip as coronavirus lockdowns lifted

Gulf markets slipped on Sunday as states began to lift coronavirus lockdowns, despite concerns among some health officials about a second wave of infections.

Saudi banks face tough few quarters but are well capitalised, say CEOs

Saudi Arabia's banks face a tough few quarters as the coronavirus crisis and weak oil prices put pressure on profitability and loan growth, banking executives told Reuters.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Slow growth, poor earnings push Egypt lower, Major Gulf stocks mixed

Egypt's stock market fell on Thursday in response to the country's slower growth rate and poor quarterly profit reported by investment bank EFG Hermes

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi stocks extend gains as Gulf tracks global rally

Major Gulf stock markets rose in early trade on Tuesday, taking their cue from gains at global equities on hopes for a coronavirus vaccine and a rally in oil price continued its rally.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Most Gulf stocks rise on higher oil prices; Saudi leads gains

* Ten of 11 Saudi banks rise * Samba rises on Q1 profit * Aramco closes over IPO price * El Sewedy extends losses on profit decline By Maqsood Alam May 18 (Reuters) - Most major Gulf stock markets rose on Monday, lifted by rising oil prices, led by Saudi Arabia after its...

UPDATE 1-Saudi NCB, Samba post profits, diverge on provisions

National Commercial Bank , Saudi Arabia's biggest lender, on Sunday posted a 2.1% rise in quarterly profit despite higher provisions while Samba Financial Group surprised with lower provisions.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf stocks end mixed, Saudi edges up ahead of OPEC+ meet

* Nine of 11 Saudi Arabian banks gain * Qatar sells $10 bln bonds in multi-tranches * Egypt extends night-time curfew by 15 days By Ateeq Shariff April 8 (Reuters) - Stock markets in the United Arab Emirates backtracked from two sessions of gains on Wednesday as investors...

Exclusive: Dubai signs up banks for $9 billion DP World debt deal - sources

Dubai has received commitments from a group of 10 banks for $9 billion (7.8 billion pounds) in loans to take full control of port operator DP World <DPW.DI> and refinance debt of state investment vehicle Dubai World, two sources told Reuters.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf markets steady; Aramco hits lowest level since IPO

* Arabian Centres slides on poor Q3 profit * TAQA extends gains on ADPower proposal * Telecom Egypt leaps after update on Vodafone Egypt By Ateeq Shariff Feb 5 (Reuters) - Major Gulf stock markets were steady in quiet trade on Wednesday, while oil giant Saudi Aramco extended...

Saudi lender Samba posts 30% rise in 2019 net profit

Saudi lender Samba Financial Group on Sunday posted a 30% rise in annual net profit, helped by a lower charge for an Islamic tax and a double-digit rise in revenue from special commissions, financing and investments.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Banks hold back most of Gulf; lender FAB boosts Abu Dhabi

* FAB in talks to buy Bank Audi's Egyptian unit * Aramco closes down at 34.5 riyals * Masraf Al Rayan extends gains on FY profit By Ateeq Shariff Jan 22 (Reuters) - Most major Gulf stock markets weakened on Wednesday, largely pulled down by losses in banks, but Abu Dhabi...

Saudi lender Samba to raise $500 mln in bonds

Saudi lender Samba Financial Group plans to raise $500 million in seven-year bonds, a document seen by Reuters showed on Wednesday.

RPT-Banks lobby Aramco for incentive fee after slim IPO pickings -sources

Global banks who worked on Saudi Aramco's record initial public offering are pushing for an additional "incentive fee", three sources familiar with the matter said, as they try to boost relatively low earnings from the deal.

Banks lobby Aramco for incentive fee after slim IPO pickings: sources

Global banks who worked on Saudi Aramco's <2222.SE> record initial public offering are pushing for an additional "incentive fee", three sources familiar with the matter said, as they try to boost relatively low earnings from the deal.

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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