|Al Ahli||Al Rajhi||Al Jazira||Anb||Saudi Fransi||IDB|
|Riyad Bank||Samba Group||Saudi British Bank||SAIB||SHB|
Alawwal Bank (formerly known as Saudi Hollandi Bank) is the first bank in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. With 65 branches and over 500 ATMs, it has a market capitalization of SAR 12.6 billion (April 4, 2017)
Arab National Bank (anb) – One of the ten largest banks in the Middle East. It was established in 1979 and has about 200 local branches and one branch in London. As of June 2016, the customer deposits, loans and total assets reached SAR 129.2 billion, SAR 117.9 billion, and SAR 167 billion, respectively.
Al Rajhi Bank – One of the world's largest Islamic banks in terms of total assets. It also the largest branch network (over 550 branches), and the largest ATM network in Saudi Arabia. As of September 5, 2016, it had a market capitalization of $25 billion.
Bank Al-Jazira (BAJ) – One of the leading Shari'ah compliant fast growing financial institutions in Saudi Arabia. BAJ provides customers with innovative Shari'ah compliant financial services. As of June 30, 2015, it had total assets of approximately $18.2 billion and employed over 2,000 staff.
Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF) – A full service commercial bank serving the local and international banking needs of its clients. It is a leading provider of comprehensive financial services and products in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and other markets.
Islamic Development Bank (IDB) – IDB was established in pursuance of the Declaration of Intent issued at the Conference of Finance Ministers of Muslim Countries in December 1973. The purpose of the Bank is to foster the economic development and social progress of member countries and Muslim communities in accordance with the principles of Shari'ah.
National Commercial Bank (NCB) (Al-Ahli Bank) – The first Saudi Arabian bank. NCB is the largest bank in terms of capital in the Arab world and one of the pioneers in Islamic banking.
Riyad Bank – One of the largest financial institutions in the Middle East. The Bank's network includes over 300 local branches and 2,500 ATMs as well as international offices in London, Houston, and Singapore.
Samba Financial Group (formerly known as Saudi American Bank) is a large banking group in Saudi Arabia, established in 1980 with the takeover of Citibank branches in Jeddah and Riyadh. SAMBA was always the acronym for the Saudi American Bank but the name was changed to Samba Financial Group in 2003.
Saudi British Bank (SABB) provides a complete range of products and services to retail and corporate sectors. HSBC Holdings owns approximately 40% of SABB.
Saudi Investment Bank (SAIB) – A Saudi Arabian joint stock company established in 1976. SAIB offers a wide of range retail and commercial banking products and services in addition to investment banking. It offers current and deposit accounts, mortgages, insurance, treasury services, letters of credit, trade finance, loan syndications, foreign exchange, advisory services, hedging solutions, asset management, credit card related products and other services.
United Saudi Bank (USB) merged with Samba in 1999 by an exchange of shares to form one of the largest banks in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.
Top Banks in Saudi Arabia
|Rank||Company||Total assets (SAR b, June 2016)||Total assets (US$b, June 2016)|
|1||National Commercial Bank (NCB)||452.672||120.854|
|2||Al Rajhi Bank||331.381||88.472|
|3||Samba Financial Group||233.992||62.471|
|5||Banque Saudi Fransi||193.912||51.771|
|6||Saudi British Bank (SABB)||191.871||51.226|
|7||Arab National Bank||166.578||44.473|
|8||Saudi Hollandi Bank||108.635||29.003|
|9||Saudi Investment Bank (SAIB)||96.055||25.645|
|10||Islamic Development Bank (IDB) *||82.320||21.978|
* IDB assets for FY 2014