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Al Rajhi Bank

Al Rajhi Bank logoAl Rajhi Bank (formerly Al Rajhi Banking and Investment Corporation), is one of the largest Islamic banks in the world. The Bank is one of the largest joint stock companies in the Kingdom. Al-Rajhi Bank's shareholding pattern show that the four sons of Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi (Saleh, Sulaiman, Abdullah and Mohammed) and their heirs remain the corporation's primary equity holders.

Al Rajhi Bank operates in multiple segments and continues to grow through diversification of income resources and development of the investment and corporate banking sectors which build on the strong retail banking base. The Bank owns the largest network of branches in the Kingdom, the largest ATM network and POS distributed to merchants in more than 25,000 locations. Al Rajhi Bank has three international offices located in Malaysia, Kuwait and Jordan.

Total assets: SR 365 billion (December 31, 2018).
Net profit: SR 6,836 million (2014), SR 7,130 million (2015), SR 8,126 million (2016).
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Headquarter Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Key People Sulaiman Bin Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi (Chairman), Abdullah Bin Sulaiman Al Rajhi (CEO)
Head Office Olayya Street, Aqaria 3, Riyadh, 11411
Phone 800 124 8880 (toll-free, Saudi Arabia only), +966 1 460 33 33 (outside Saudi Arabia)
Fax +966 1 460 07 05
Official Site www.alrajhibank.com.sa Website
SWIFT Code RJHISARI
Founded 1957
ID: 24. Updated: 15.09.2019

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