Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC


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Q2 2021 Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC Earnings Release

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About Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC

Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC (DIB) is a United Arab Emirates-based Islamic bank engaged in the provision of banking and financial services. The Bank operates through four segments: the Retail and business banking segment provides consumer and commercial murabahats, ijarah, islamic card and funds transfer facilities and trade finance facilities primarily to small and medium businesses and individual customers; the Corporate and investment banking segment offers financing and other credit facilities, as well as deposit and current accounts for corporate and institutional customers and investment banking services; the Real estate segment is engaged in the property development and other real estate investments, and the Treasury segment manages the Bank’s overall liquidity and market risk, and provides treasury services to customers and other related activities.


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Contact Info

Head office Building 2

Al Maktoum Road, Opposite DNATA, Deira

P.O. Box 1080

United Arab Emirates


Executive Leadership

Mohammed Ibrahim Abdul Rahman Al Shaibani

Chairman of the Board

Adnan Chilwan

Group Chief Executive Officer

John Macedo

Chief Financial Officer

Obaid Khalifa Mohammed Rashed Al Shamsi

Chief Operating Officer

Anil Kumar Parimoo

Chief Risk Officer

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2.00 mean rating - 10 analysts
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Kuwait Finance House gives initial guidance for AT1 sukuk - document

Kuwait Finance House has given initial price guidance in the 4% area for U.S. dollar-denominated Additional Tier 1 sukuk, or Islamic bonds, that will be non-callable for 5-1/2 years, a document showed on Wednesday.

Most major Gulf bourses in red; financials aid Saudi

Most major stock markets in the Gulf ended lower on Wednesday, with the Dubai index leading the losses, while financial shares bolstered the Saudi bourse.

Turkey hires banks for dollar sukuk sale - document

Turkey has hired a group of banks to arrange a planned issue of benchmark dollar-denominated five-year sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document showed on Monday.

Saudi Aramco raises $6 billion with debut sukuk

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Most major Gulf markets gain as financials rise

Most major stock markets in the Gulf rose in early trade on Wednesday, supported by gains in their financial stocks, although Abu Dhabi bucked the trend to trade lower.

Abu Dhabi judge rules in favour of Dubai Islamic Bank in NMC case

A judge in Abu Dhabi ruled in favour of Dubai Islamic Bank and against the administrators of NMC, in a case that could complicate the private healthcare firm's multi-billion-dollar debt restructuring.

Exclusive: NMC sues Dubai bank in $6 billion UAE debt row - sources

The United Arab Emirates' largest private healthcare provider NMC is suing a Dubai bank in Abu Dhabi courts, three sources said and a court document showed, in a dispute that could complicate the company's multibillion-dollar debt restructuring and potentially delay payouts...

Dubai Islamic Bank breaks pricing record for Gulf AT1 bonds

Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB), the largest Islamic lender in the United Arab Emirates, launched a $500 million sale of Additional Tier 1 sukuk at 3.375% on Tuesday, setting a record low rate for the perpetual debt instrument out of the Gulf.

MIDEAST STOCKS-UAE bourses fall on ex-dividend stocks; others little changed

Dubai and Abu Dhabi's stock markets retreated on Thursday, dragged down by firms that traded ex-dividend, while other major Gulf markets were steady in early trade.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai leads major Gulf markets higher

Major stock markets in the Gulf rose in early trade on Monday, with indexes in the United Arab Emirates leading the gains on the back of their financial and property shares.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Qatari stocks rise as Gulf tensions ease, Dubai extends gain

Qatar's stock market rose sharply in early Tuesday trade, buoyed by an easing in the Gulf's more than three-year diplomatic rift, while Dubai climbed for a third session amid growth in the United Arab Emirates' non-oil private sectors.

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise hires banks for dollar sukuk - document

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), one of the world's biggest aircraft leasing companies, has hired banks to arrange investor calls ahead of a planned issuance of U.S. dollar-denominated sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document showed on Monday.

Dubai Islamic Bank sells $1 billion in perpetual sukuk

Dubai Islamic Bank <DISB.DU>, the United Arab Emirates' largest Islamic lender, on Thursday sold $1 billion in Additional Tier 1 sukuk, or Islamic bonds, at 4.625%, a document from one of the banks arranging the deal showed.

Dubai Islamic Bank mandates banks for U.S. dollar sukuk: document

Dubai Islamic Bank <DISB.DU> has mandated banks to arrange investor calls ahead of a planned sale of benchmark fixed-rate perpetual sukuk for additional Tier 1 purpose, a document said.

UPDATE 1-Etihad Airways sells $600 mln in 'transition' sukuk

Etihad Airways, wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi government, on Wednesday sold $600 million in five-year "transition" sukuk, or Islamic bonds, which help fund the shift to a greener future, a document showed.

Dubai's DFM says to launch equity derivatives platform

The Dubai Financial Market <DFM.DU> said on Tuesday it plans to launch an equity derivatives platform as part of its diversification strategy.

Dubai Islamic Bank net profit falls 27%

Dubai Islamic Bank's (DIB) second-quarter net profit fell 27% from a year ago as net impairment charges jumped 68%, though they eased from last quarter.

Dubai World makes final repayment to creditors of $8.2 billion

State conglomerate Dubai World, at the centre of Dubai's debt crisis a decade ago, said on Tuesday it had made a final payment of $8.2 billion to creditors.

MIDEAST STOCKS-NCB, Samba jump on potential merger; Qatar eases

Saudi Arabia's stock market rose on Sunday, boosted by National Commercial Bank and Samba Financial Group Bank after they signed an initial merger agreement, while Qatar's index retreated in early trade.

UPDATE 1-Dubai Islamic Bank sells $300 mln in 2026 sukuk reopening, document shows

Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) , the largest Islamic lender in the United Arab Emirates, sold $300 million in a reopening of its existing sukuk issuance maturing in 2026, a document showed on Tuesday.

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