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First Abu Dhabi Bank PJSC, formerly National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC, is a United Arab Emirates-based public joint stock company that is engaged in the banking sector. It is structured, along with its subsidiaries, into the following business segments: Domestic Banking, comprised of the following divisions, namely consumer banking, business banking group and elite banking; International Banking, which manages the overseas banking network and credit derivative book; Financial Markets segment, which operates through liquidity management and interest rate group, trading and investment group, institutional coverage and primary market, corporate coverage and e-commerce group; Corporate and Investment Banking segment, which provides corporate and investment clients with advice and solutions; Global Wealth segment, comprised of private banking, asset management group, custody and business development, among others, and the Islamic Business segment, which offers Islamic banking solutions.
P.O. Box 6316
United Arab Emirates
Tahnoon B.Z Bin Zayed Al Nahyan
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Abdulhamid M. Saeed
Group Chief Executive Officer
Deputy Group CEO & Group Head of Corporate and Investment Banking
Nasser Ahmed Ahmed Alsowaidi
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Financial Officer
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Abu Dhabi's state-owned ADQ has lined up a small group of banks for a loan of about $1 billion to back its acquisition of a 45% stake in commodities trader Louis Dreyfus Co (LDC), three sources familiar with the matter said.
Galaxy Pipeline Assets BidCo, owned by a consortium of investors that took a stake in Abu Dhabi National Oil Company's (ADNOC) natural gas pipeline assets, launched $3.92 billion in a dual-tranche amortising bond offering on Tuesday, a document showed.
Saudi Arabian shares surged on Monday as crude prices rose to their highest in just over a year, while the markets in the United Arab Emirates finished lower after a spike in coronavirus cases in recent weeks soured sentiment.
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.
Markets in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) finished higher on Wednesday, with Abu Dhabi index leading the advancements, buoyed by gains in the country's largest lender First Abu Dhabi Bank.
First Abu Dhabi Bank, UAE's biggest lender, on Tuesday posted a 16% drop in 2020 net profit on higher impairment charges as the economy suffered from the coronavirus pandemic.
Oman Electricity Transmission Company has hired banks to arrange a U.S.-dollar denominated issuance of seven-year or 10-year bonds, a document showed on Monday.
First Abu Dhabi Bank has agreed to buy the Egyptian business of Lebanon's Bank Audi in a deal which will make the largest lender in the United Arab Emirates also one of the biggest foreign banks in Egypt.
Most major Gulf stock markets finished higher on Wednesday as oil prices jumped after industry data showed a bigger-than-expected drop in U.S. crude inventories, before rising global COVID-19 infections capped the crude price gains.
A consortium led by United Arab Emirates financial firm SHUAA Capital has bought 1.13 billion dirhams ($308 million) of debt held by Stanford Marine Group (SMG) as part of its restructuring, the companies said on Sunday.
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.
The Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority (QFCRA) said on Tuesday it has started legal proceedings in New York to compel First Abu Dhabi Bank to pay $55 million in financial penalty imposed by a Qatari court.
Oman raised $500 million on Monday through a reopening of two bonds issued last month, drawing orders of more than $3 billion for the additional tranches, a document showed.
Kuwait International Bank sold $300 million Tier 2 sukuk, or Islamic bonds, on Tuesday at 2.375% and received more than $2.4 billion in orders for the Islamic bonds, a document showed.
Saudi Aramco <2222.SE> was set to raise $8 billion from a five-part bond deal on Tuesday as the world's largest oil producer seeks cash after low oil prices dented its finances.
Saudi Aramco said on Monday it had hired banks for a multi-tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bond issuance, as the world's largest oil company seeks cash amid lower oil prices.
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 <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.
Major stock markets in the Gulf traded higher on Wednesday, in line with Asia shares, as financial markets and oil prices rallied, with a closer-than-anticipated presidential race sparking volatility.
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.
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