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Meezan Bank

Meezan Bank logoMeezan Bank Ltd. is Pakistan's first and largest Islamic bank. The Bank operates strictly under the principles of Islamic Shariah. The Bank provides a comprehensive range of Islamic banking products and services through a retail banking network of more than 600 branches in more than 150 cities of the country.

The Bank operates strictly under the principles of Islamic Shariah and is well-recognized for its product development capability, Islamic banking research and advisory services. In order to ensure strict Shariah-compliance in all its products and services, the Bank has established a dedicated Product Development and Shariah Compliance department that operates under the supervision of the Bank’s in-house Resident Shariah Board Member and a Shariah Supervisory Board comprising of internationally renowned Shariah scholars.
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Headquarter Karachi, Pakistan
Key People Mr. Riyadh S.A.A. Edrees (Chairman), Mr. Irfan Siddiqui (President and CEO)
Head Office Meezan House, C-25 Estate Avenue, SITE, Karachi
Phone +92 21 111 331 331
Fax +92 21 111 331 332
Official Site www.meezanbank.com Website
SWIFT Code MEZNPKKA
Founded 1947
ID: 886. Updated: 26.08.2019

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