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Saudi's NCB Announces Retirement of CEO
Saudi's NCB Qtrly Profit Rises
Saudi's NCB Enters Into Binding Merger Agreement With Samba
National Commercial Bank SJSC is a Saudi Arabia-based bank. It operates under the following segments: Retail, which provides banking services, including lending and current accounts in addition to products in compliance with Shariah rules, to individuals and private banking customers; Corporate, which provides banking services including conventional credit-related products and financing products in compliance with Shariah rules to small sized businesses, medium and large establishments and companies; Treasury, which provides a range of treasury and correspondent banking products and services, including money market and foreign exchange, to the Group’s clients, in addition to carrying out investment and trading activities and managing liquidity risk, market risk and credit risk; Capital Market, which provides wealth management, asset management, investment banking and shares brokerage services, as well as International, which comprises banking services provided outside Saudi Arabia.
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King Abdulaziz Street, Balad Area
Saeed Mohammed Al-Ghamdi
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board - Representative of the Public Investment Fund (PIF)
Faisal Bin Omer Al-Sakkaf
Chief Executive Officer
Rashid Bin Ibrahim Sharif
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board - Representative of the Public Investment Fund (PIF)
Lama Ahmed Ghazzaoui
Head - Finance Group
Fouad Bin Abdullah Al Harbi
Head - Compliance Department
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Saudi Arabia's biggest lender National Commercial Bank <1180.SE> (NCB) has entered a binding merger agreement with smaller lender Samba Financial Group <1090.SE> to create a combined entity with 837 billion riyals ($223 billion) in assets, NCB said on Sunday.
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.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday:
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.
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.
National Commercial Bank , Saudi Arabia's biggest lender, on Sunday posted a 2.1% rise in quarterly profit, as a rise in net special commission and fee income offset a sharp rise in impairment charges.
Saudi Arabia's National Commercial Bank (NCB), saw a 13.2% rise in fourth-quarter net profit, according to Reuters calculations, helped by increased revenue from commissions and financing, and lower operating costs.
Saudi Arabia's biggest lender by assets, National Commercial Bank (NCB) and Riyad Bank, the kingdom's fourth largest, said on Monday they had ended merger talks, without giving a reason.
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