MCB Bank Ltd. (formerly Muslim Commercial Bank) is one of the leading banks of Pakistan. The bank is versed as one of the oldest and most responsible banks in Pakistan and has played pivotal role in representing the country on global platforms while being one of the few institutions that are recognised and traded in the international market. Total assets: PKR 835 billion (as of December 31, 2013).
MCB Bank has representative offices in Dubai (UAE), Bahrain, Azerbaijan, Hong Kong and Sri Lanka. The bank has a customer base of approximately 4.7 million, a nationwide distribution network of over 1,190 branches and over 688 ATMs across Pakistan.
MCB was nationalized along with other private banks in 1974 as part of Government of Pakistan's economic reform movement and was later privatized to Nishat Group lead consortium in 1991.
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