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Emirates NBD Bank

Emirates NBD Bank logoEmirates NBD is the largest banking group in the Middle East in terms of assets. The Group is a major player in the corporate banking arena. With a fast growing Islamic banking affiliated entities, strong investment and private banking services and a leadership in the field of asset management products and Brokerage services, Emirates NBD is well positioned to grow and deliver outstanding value to its shareholders, customers, and employees.

The Group has operations in the UAE, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Kingdom and Jersey (Channel Islands), and representative offices in India, Iran and Singapore.

Emirates NBD is a banking group resulting from the merger between Emirates Bank International, the UAE's second largest banks, and the National Bank of Dubai, the UAE's fourth largest banks.

Total assets: AED 448 billion (December 31, 2016).
Net profit: AED 7.1 billion (2015), AED 7.2 billion (2016).
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Headquarter Dubai, UAE
Key People Shayne Nelson (Group CEO)
Head Office Andalusia 23, Ibn Batuta Mall, Dubai
Phone +971 600 54 0000
Official Site www.emiratesnbd.com Website
SWIFT Code EBILAEAD
Founded 2007
ID: 496. Updated: 09.03.2021

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