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Commercial Bank

Commercial Bank logoThe Commercial Bank of Qatar (CBQ) was established in 1975 as the first wholly owned private commercial bank in Qatar. Commercial Bank is a major local partner for the government of Qatar, offering a comprehensive range of Corporate Banking, treasury support, investment and transaction banking, Corporate Finance and advisory services for both local and international companies.

Commercial Bank offers automobile, personal and mortgage loans, home, travel, vehicle and health insurance, structured finance, trade finance, treasury services, investment funds, business advice, and securities brokerage services.

Total assets: QAR 153.6 billion (December 31, 2020).
Net profit: QAR 1,940 million (2014), QAR 1,434 million (2015), QAR 501 million (2016), QAR 2,021 million (2019), QAR 1,301 million (2020).
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Headquarter Doha, Qatar
Key People Sheikh Abdulla Bin Ali Bin Jabor Al Thani (Chairman), Mr. Joseph Abraham (Group CEO)
Head Office Grand Hamad Street PO Box 3232, Doha, QATAR
Phone +974 4449 7445
Fax +974 4458 0070
Official Site www.cbq.qa Website
SWIFT Code CBQAQAQA
Founded 1975
ID: 405. Updated: 27.04.2021

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