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Saudi British Bank Posts Q2 Loss
Saudi British Bank SJSC (SABB) is a Saudi Arabia-based commercial bank. It provides a range of banking services as well as Shariah approved products. It operates under the following segments: Retail Banking, which caters mainly to the banking requirements of personal and private banking customers including deposits, current and savings accounts, personal finances and credit cards; Corporate Banking, which caters mainly to the banking requirements of commercial and corporate banking customers including deposits, current accounts, loans, finances and other credit facilities; Treasury, which caters mainly to capital markets, foreign currency transactions and trading in financial derivatives, as well as Others, which includes activities of the Bank’s investment in a joint venture and an associate. In addition the Treasury segment caters to management of the Bank’s liquidity, currency and special commission rate risks, and it is responsible for funding the Bank’s operations.
Lubna Suleiman Olayan
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
David Robert Dew
Managing Director, Executive Director, Representing HSBC Holdings B.V.
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Human Resource Officer
Maha Al Sudairi
Chief Compliance Officer
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Saudi Arabia's banks face a tough few quarters as the coronavirus crisis and weak oil prices put pressure on profitability and loan growth, banking executives told Reuters.
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The Dutch state on Thursday said it had sold its last remaining shares in Saudi British Bank (SABB) <1060.SE>.
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Weakness in banking shares pushed indexes in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi lower in early trade on Sunday, while Qatari stocks rebounded on demand for Industries Qatar, which bounced back after sharp losses this month on weak earnings.
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