National Commercial Bank, NCB
National Commercial Bank (NCB) or Al-Ahli Bank is the largest bank in terms of capital in the Arab world. NCB was established in 1953 by royal decree, and was converted to a joint stock company in 1997. The National Commercial Bank was the first bank established in Saudi Arabia and today is the largest bank in Saudi Arabia with over 500 branches and about 2,000 ATMs nationwide (July 2013). Some of its branches are dedicated exclusively to Islamic banking services. It also has additional offices in Bahrain, Lebanon, Singapore and South Korea. National Commercial Bank provides a comprehensive range of financial services including personal banking, commercial banking, investment banking, private banking, Islamic banking, online banking, phone banking and mobile banking. National Commercial Bank was named Best Bank in Saudi Arabia in 2012 by The Banker magazine, and Best Islamic Bank by Global Finance. NCB is rated A+ by Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings, the highest in the Saudi Arabian banking sector.
NCB Subsidiaries: NCB Capital Company, Türkiye Finans Katılım Bankası A.S., Eastgate Capital Holdings Inc., The Capital Partnership Group Limited, Real Estate Development Company.
Beirut and Solidere Branch: