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Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB)

Logo Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB)Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank PJSC (ADCB, former Khalij Commercial Bank) is one of the leading banks in the United Arab Emirates. It is the third largest bank in the UAE and second largest in Abu Dhabi by assets. ADCB has 45 branches in the UAE, 2 branches in India and an offshore banking unit in the Cayman Islands. Total assets: AED 181 billion (as of March 31, 2011). Market capitalisation: AED 12 billion (as of March 31, 2011). Net profit: AED 583 million (Q1 2011).

Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank offers a wide range of products and services such as retail banking, wealth management, private banking, corporate banking, commercial banking, cash management, investment banking, corporate finance, foreign exchange, interest rate, currency, derivative and Islamic products, project finance and property management services. ADCB is owned 64.8% by the Abu Dhabi Government through the Abu Dhabi Investment Council.

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Headquarter Abu Dhabi, UAE
Key People Mr. Eissa Mohamed Ghanem Al Suwaidi (Chairman)
Company Type Public (ADX: ADCB)
Website www.adcb.com
Head Office Salam St. P. O. Box: 939, Abu Dhabi
Phone 800 2030 (Within UAE), +971 2 6210090 (Outside UAE)
Fax +971 2 6450384
SWIFT (BIC) ADCBAEAA
Founded 1985
ID: 1556. Updated: 06.06.2011

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