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First Abu Dhabi Bank Q2 Profit Falls
First Abu Dhabi Bank Says Zulfiqar Ali Sulaiman To Retire As Group Chief Operating Officer
First Abu Dhabi Bank Issues Chinese Yuan Dual Listed Formosa Bonds
First Abu Dhabi Bank PJSC, formerly National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC, is a United Arab Emirates-based public joint stock company that is engaged in the banking sector. It is structured, along with its subsidiaries, into the following business segments: Domestic Banking, comprised of the following divisions, namely consumer banking, business banking group and elite banking; International Banking, which manages the overseas banking network and credit derivative book; Financial Markets segment, which operates through liquidity management and interest rate group, trading and investment group, institutional coverage and primary market, corporate coverage and e-commerce group; Corporate and Investment Banking segment, which provides corporate and investment clients with advice and solutions; Global Wealth segment, comprised of private banking, asset management group, custody and business development, among others, and the Islamic Business segment, which offers Islamic banking solutions.
P.O. Box 6316
United Arab Emirates
Tahnoon Bin Zayed Al Nahyan
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Abdulhamid M. Saeed
Group Chief Executive Officer
Deputy Group CEO & Group Head of Corporate and Investment Banking
Nasser Ahmed Ahmed Alsowaidi
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Financial Officer
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Lebanon's Blom Bank said on Tuesday it was looking to sell its subsidiary Blom Bank Egypt, and that the Egyptian central bank had given approval to begin the due diligence process.
First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB), the United Arab Emirates' biggest lender, reported a 25% fall in quarterly profit on Tuesday, dragged down by another quarter of higher impairment charges.
Most Gulf banks' profits plunged in the second quarter after a spike in impairment charges for expected credit losses, as regional economies reel from the double blow of low oil prices and the coronavirus outbreak.
Most major stock markets in the Gulf rose in early trade on Sunday ahead of the usual flurry of corporate results that begins after July 15 each year, with DAMAC Properties leading Dubai shares higher.
* Qatar to raise Qatari staff proportion in state-affiliated cos * 27 of 30 stocks decline in Egypt's blue-chip index By Ateeq Shariff July 9 (Reuters) - Broad-based gains pushed the Qatari bourse higher on Thursday, with financial stocks leading the pack, whereas a wide...
Major stock markets in the Gulf were subdued in early trade on Wednesday, with banking and real estate shares weighing on indexes in the United Arab Emirates.
Major Gulf stock markets rose in early trade on Tuesday, with banking and real estate shares helping indexes in the United Arab Emirates.
Qatar's stock market jumped on Wednesday, boosted by Masraf Al Rayan after the lender and Al Khaliji Commercial Bank said they had started merger talks, while Dubai-listed DAMAC Properties surged on a report its chairman might take it private.
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.
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.
* 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...
A consortium of international investors obtained an $8 billion bridge loan provided by 17 banks for a gas infrastructure deal Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced on Tuesday, sources said.
Port operator DP World has hired a group of banks for a potential sale of perpetual U.S. dollar-denominated Islamic bonds or sukuk, a document showed on Monday.
Major Gulf bourses moved sideways on Wednesday, while gains in shares of energy and financials sectors pushed up the region's biggest stock market Saudi Arabia.
The Egyptian government is looking to raise a loan of more than $1 billion and has tapped lenders in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for financing help, three sources familiar with the deal said.
The Egyptian government is looking to raise a loan of more than $1 billion and has tapped lenders in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to arrange the financing, two sources familiar with the deal said.
First Abu Dhabi Bank sold 1.4 billion Chinese yuan ($197.3 million) in five-year Formosa bonds at 3.5%, a document showed on Monday.
* Kuwait sees biggest intraday fall in more than two months * Saudi Arabia's Amlak International intends to float * Dubai Investments extends losses By Ateeq Shariff June 14 (Reuters) - Most Gulf stocks closed lower on Sunday, with Kuwait hardest after its banking federation...
Gulf markets slipped on Sunday as states began to lift coronavirus lockdowns, despite concerns among some health officials about a second wave of infections.
Major Gulf stock markets were mixed in early trade on Wednesday as banking shares weighed on the Saudi index, while property shares supported the Dubai index.
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