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Qatar International Islamic Bank (QIIB)

Qatar International Islamic Bank (QIIB) logoQatar International Islamic Bank (QIIB) is rapidly growing as one of the prominent Islamic banks in the Middle East region. QIIB provides a full range of financial products to consumer and commercial customers including: checking and savings accounts, debit cards, credit cards, safe deposit boxes, investment services, money transfers and foreign exchange services, business checking accounts.

QIIB network of global correspondent banks ensures timely delivery to facilitate money transfers and facilitate foreign trade services to its customers.

Qatar International Islamic Bank is one of the founders of Islamic Bank of Britain and of Syria International Islamic Bank.
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Headquarter Doha, Qatar
Key People Sh. Khaled Bin Thani Bin Abdulla Al Thani (Chairman)
Company Type Public (DSM: QIIK)
Head Office Grand Hamad street, Zone 5
Doha, Ad Dawhah
Phone +974 4385555
Fax +974 4444101
Official Site www.qiib.com.qa Website
SWIFT Code QIIBQAQA
Founded 1991
ID: 1742. Updated: 14.10.2018
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