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Saudi's Samba Financial Group Q3 Profit Falls
Saudi's Samba Financial Group Issues $1 Bln International Notes
Saudi's Samba Intends To Offer Notes Under EMTN Programme
Samba Financial Group SJSC is a Saudi Arabia-based banking institution. It provides a range of banking and related services as well as Shariah approved Islamic banking products. It operates under the following business segments: Consumer, which comprises individual customer time deposits, current, call and savings accounts, as well as credit cards, retail investment products, individual and consumer loans; Corporate, which comprises corporate time deposits, current and call accounts, overdrafts, loans and other credit facilities as well the Group’s customer derivative portfolios and its corporate advisory business; Treasury, which principally manages money market, foreign exchange, commission rate trading and derivatives for corporate and institutional customers as well as for the Group’s own account, and Investment Banking, which is engaged in investment management services and asset management activities related to dealing, managing, arranging, advising and custody businesses.
King Abdul Aziz 6965
AlMalaz District, Unit No. 1, 833
Issa Bin Mohammed Al Issa
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Ranya Mahmoud Nashar
Chief Executive Officer
Ali Bin Hussein Ali Reda
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board, Representative of the General Organization for Retirement
Abdul Halim Sheikh
Chief Financial Officer
Zaki Bin Abdul Mohsen Al Mousa
Chief Operating Officer
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Saudi Arabian mall operator Arabian Centres Company has hired banks to arrange a debut issuance of a dollar sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document showed on Friday.
* Middle East Health care jumps on strong Q3 earnings * All but one Saudi Arabian banks gain * Credit Agricole Egypt rises on 9-month financials * Masraf Al Rayan gains on sukuk issuance By Ateeq Shariff Nov 7 (Reuters) - Major Gulf markets were mixed on Thursday in lacklustre...
* Nine of 11 Saudi banks drop * Dubai snaps 3-day winning streak * 28 of 30 Egyptian blue chips fall * Abu Dhabi's ADNOC slips on ex-dividend By Maqsood Alam Oct 8 (Reuters) - All major Gulf stock markets traded lower on Tuesday with financial shares suffering the biggest...
* Egypt snaps eight-day losing streak * 29 of 30 stocks rise on EGX 30 * Nine of 11 Saudi banks slide * Financials strong in Qatar By Ateeq Shariff and Shamsuddin Mohd Sept 25 (Reuters) - Egyptian stocks closed on a positive note on Wednesday, recovering some losses from...
Saudi Arabia's Samba Financial Group is set to raise $1 billion in five-year bonds, a document issued by one of the banks on the deal showed on Wednesday.
Most major Gulf stock markets fell on Wednesday as oil prices eased, while investors offloaded risky bets after an impeachment inquiry was launched against U.S. President Donald Trump, stoking political uncertainty in the world's largest economy.
All Saudi Aramco’s listing advisers are equal, at least in name. The oil giant has hired nine banks to lead its revived initial public offering and given them the grand-sounding title of global coordinator, Reuters reported on Wednesday. That means they all get bragging...
Saudi Aramco has hired nine banks as joint global coordinators to lead its planned initial public offering (IPO), slated to be the world's largest, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday.
Saudi Aramco <IPO-ARMO.SE> has picked banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc <GS.N> and JPMorgan Chase & Co <JPM.N> for top roles on its planned initial public offering (IPO), Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
By Hadeel Al Sayegh, Davide Barbuscia, Marwa Rashad and Clara Denina
Saudi Arabia plans to list 1% of state oil giant Saudi Aramco on the Riyadh stock exchange before the end of 2019 and another 1% in 2020, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
JPMorgan Chase & Co <JPM.N> is close to winning the lead advisory role for Saudi Aramco's initial public offering, a source familiar with the situation said on Sunday.
Saudi Aramco is likely to give roles to Citi, Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Samba Financial Bank for its planned initial public offering (IPO), a source familiar with the transaction said on Sunday.
* Dubai's ENBD snaps four days of gains * Property shares also weak in Dubai * Aldar rises on a residential project launch * Cleopatra Hospital drops on lower Q2 Profit * Egyptian Resort falls as Q2 loss widens By Maqsood Alam Sept 8 (Reuters) - Most Gulf markets fell on...
* Eight of 11 Saudi banks fall * Savola extends losses on lower Q2 Profit * DP World closes lower after jumping as much as 5% * Dubai hits to its lowest in a month * Emaar Misr continues to slide after law suit By Maqsood Alam Aug 22 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian stocks were...
* Qatar rises for third straight session * Abu Dhabi's Julphar plunges after recalling drug * Arabian Centres gains on first-quarter profit surge * Orascom Development increases on higher Q2 profit * Emaar Misr drops on lawsuit by businessman By Maqsood Alam Aug 20 (Reuters...
* Qatari stocks advance after three days of losses * FAB weighs on Abu Dhabi stocks By Saeed Azhar DUBAI, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Saudi shares ended lower on Sunday, hit by weakness in banking stocks, while the Qatari index snapped a three-day losing streak as Industries Qatar's...
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.
* Most Saudi banks fall, weighing on the Tadawul index * Banks also fall as Binladin Group seeks adviser for financial restructuring * Dubai's Emaar Properties declines amid correction after MOU with Chinese firm By Hadeel Al Sayegh Aug 4 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian equities...
Saudi Arabian equities declined on Sunday, weighed down by banking shares, in line with major markets on Friday after the U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates, which was followed by rate cuts by most Gulf central banks.
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