Global Bank Directory
In total, there are 18 banks operating in the State of Qatar (April 2021).
The Central Bank of Qatar
Ahli Bank QSC | Doha Update: 2018-10-21
Ahli Bank QSC, founded in 1983, has a network of 16 branches and nearly 60 ATMs throughout Qatar and offers a broad range of products and services spanning corporate banking, retail banking, private banking, international banking, treasury and investments and brokerage services.
Arab Bank (Qatar) | Doha Update: 2018-10-20
Arab Bank provides a wide range of financial products and services for individuals, corporations and other financial institutions in Qatar. The Bank ia a part of Arab Bank Group, the largest global Arab banking network with over 600 branches spanning five continents.
BNP Paribas Qatar | Doha Update: 2019-05-02
BNP Paribas Qatar offers world class financing and advisory services within both Corporate & Institutional Banking and Investment Solutions.
Commercial Bank | Doha Update: 2021-04-27
The 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.
Doha Bank | Doha Update: 2021-03-14
Doha Bank is the largest private commercial bank in the State of Qatar. As one of Qatar's leading financial services company, Doha Bank is committed to making banking work for customers and clients like it never has before.
Dukhan Bank | Doha Update: 2021-04-29
Dukhan Bank (formerly Barwa Bank) is an Islamic bank in Qatar licensed and regulated by the Qatar Central Bank to provide banking services.
HSBC Qatar | Doha Update: 2019-05-02
HSBC Bank Middle East Limited - Qatar Branch (HSBC Qatar) offers commercial banking services including deposits, loans and credit cards, asset management services including wealth management, investment banking services including corporate finance and investment advisory on mergers and acquisitions.
International Bank of Qatar | Doha Update: 2017-06-08
International Bank of Qatar Q.S.C. (ibq) is one of the oldest banks in Qatar. The Bank offers the full range of corporate, private and retail banking solutions and has a network of branches, service centres and ATMs strategically located throughout the country.
Masraf Al Rayan | Doha Update: 2018-10-14
Masraf Al Rayan (MAR) Q.S.C. is a Qatar-based Islamic bank providing banking, financial, investment and brokerage services through a network of 12 branches located across Qatar. MAR is the second largest bank in Qatar by market value. The Bank is licensed by Qatar Central Bank.
Qatar Development Bank (QDB) | Doha Update: 2018-10-20
Qatar Development Bank (formerly Qatar Industrial Development Bank) provides loans to the development of the industrial, tourism, educational, health care, agricultural, and fisheries sectors of the Qatari economy.
Qatar International Islamic Bank (QIIB) | Doha Update: 2018-10-14
Qatar 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.
Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) | Doha Update: 2021-03-14
Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) is the largest Islamic bank in Qatar, with around 36% share in the Country's Islamic banking assets, and a 10% share in the banking sector.
Qatar National Bank (QNB) | Doha Update: 2021-03-14
Qatar National Bank Q.P.S.C. (QNB) (Arabic: بنك قطر الوطني) is the leading financial institution in Qatar with a market share approaching 45% of banking sector assets. Its Islamic banking option is called QNB Al Islami and is supervised by a shariah advisory board. The Bank has an ownership structure split between the Qatar Investment Authority (50%) and the private sector (50%).
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