Samba Financial Group SJSC


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Q1 2020 Samba Financial Group SJSC Earnings Release

Latest Developments


Samba Financial Group Intends To Offer Notes Under $5 Bln EMTN Programme

Saudi's Samba Financial Group Board Proposes 0.7 Riyal/Share H2 Dividend

Aramco's IPO Advisors say No Change Since Company's Announcement on Purchase Option Exercise


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.

Contact Info

King Abdul Aziz 6965

AlMalaz District, Unit No. 1, 833



Executive Leadership

Issa Bin Mohammed Al Issa

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Ranya Mahmoud Nashar

Chief Executive Officer

Abdul Halim Sheikh

Chief Financial Officer

Zaki Bin Abdul Mohsen Al Mousa

Chief Operating Officer

Athal Senhat Al Harbi

General Manager of the Group’s Compliance

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2.85 mean rating - 13 analysts
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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.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf markets gain after no escalation in U.S.-Iran tensions

* Advanced Petrochemical FY profit rises * Aramco closes down at 34.8 riyals * Amanat Holdings gains on acquisition plan * Financials strong in Qatar By Maqsood Alam Jan 12 (Reuters) - Middle East stocks closed higher on Sunday amid relief at no further escalation in tensions...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf indexes slide as Iran retaliates; Aramco's retreat extends

* All Saudi Arabian banks slide but one * Aramco closes at 34.2 riyals * All stocks on Egypt's index rise By Ateeq Shariff Jan 8 (Reuters) - Major stock markets in the Gulf ended lower on Wednesday after Iran launched missiles at bases housing U.S. forces in Iraq, while...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf stocks fall after Iranian missile strike

Gulf stock markets retreated on Wednesday after Iran fired missiles at U.S.-led forces in Iraq in retaliation for the killing of an Iranian military commander last week.

Gulf markets plunge on U.S.-Iran tensions, Aramco at lowest since IPO

Kuwaiti and Saudi stocks led Gulf stocks sharply lower in late afternoon trade on Sunday in the wake of a U.S. drone strike in Baghdad that killed Iran's military commander.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf shares fall; Aramco closes lower

* All financial shares drop in Qatar * Aramco ends lower at 35.4 riyals * Dana Gas rises on one-off dividend pay * 25 of thirty Egyptian stocks slide By Ateeq Shariff Dec 24 (Reuters) - Gulf stocks mostly fell on Tuesday, with financials pulling down Qatar, while Saudi Arabia's...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf markets subdued, Aramco falls again

All major Gulf markets opened in the red on Tuesday, dampened mainly by financials, while petrochemical shares weighed on Saudi Arabia.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Most of Gulf drops; bank shares lift Saudi index

* Nine of eleven Saudi banks gain * Sipchem surges on share buyback proposal * Qatar snaps a four-day winning streak * 23 of thirty stocks in Egypt decline By Ateeq Shariff Dec 9 (Reuters) - Most Gulf stock markets were in the red on Monday with Qatar leading losses as oil...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi falls on bank losses; other Gulf markets quiet

Saudi Arabian stocks opened lower on Thursday, extending previous losses, after declines by banking shares. Other major Gulf markets were little changed.

MIDEAST STOCKS-DIB aids Dubai; most major Gulf markets fall

Most major Gulf stock markets fell on Tuesday, with Abu Dhabi leading the losses, though Dubai bucked the trend supported by Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB).

Alibaba, Aramco share sale bonanza fails to produce fee windfall for banks

A late-year rush of giant global share sales led by Alibaba's $13 billion (£10 billion) Hong Kong listing and Aramco's $26 billion initial public offering is failing to deliver an equivalent payday for equities bankers.

Arabian Centres raises $500 mln via debut Islamic bond

Saudi shopping mall operator Arabian Centres has raised $500 million via its debut international Islamic bond sale, part of a $1.9 billion refinancing exercise.

Aramco IPO banks face pared payday of $90 million or less: sources

By Saeed Azhar, Hadeel Al Sayegh, Rania El Gamal and Clara Denina

Aramco IPO banks face pared payday of $90 million or less - sources

By Saeed Azhar, Hadeel Al Sayegh, Rania El Gamal and Clara Denina

UPDATE 1-Saudi mall operator Arabian Centres sells $500 mln debut Islamic bonds

Saudi mall operator Arabian Centres is set to raise $500 million with a debut issuance of international Islamic bonds, or sukuk, a document by one of the banks leading the deal showed.

Saudi mall operator Arabian Centres hires banks for debut dollar bonds

Saudi Arabian mall operator Arabian Centres Company has hired banks to arrange a debut issuance of a dollar sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document showed on Friday.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Banks, earnings drive Saudi up; other Gulf markets mixed

* Middle East Health care jumps on strong Q3 earnings * All but one Saudi Arabian banks gain * Credit Agricole Egypt rises on 9-month financials * Masraf Al Rayan gains on sukuk issuance By Ateeq Shariff Nov 7 (Reuters) - Major Gulf markets were mixed on Thursday in lacklustre...

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