Almana Exchange W.L.L. is wholly owned and managed by the highly reputed Almana Group in Qatar. The Exchange House is being managed by professional Banking Executives having vast experience in the industry
Almana Exchange WLL is authorized by the Qatar Central Bank and Ministry of Finance, Economy & Commerce, state of Qatar, to execute Foreign Exchange transactions, issue foreign currency drafts, effect Speed Remit transfers and to buy and sell currencies.
Arab Bank headquartered in Amman, Jordan is the largest global Arab banking network with over 600 branches spanning five continents. Arab Bank is also present in key financial markets and centers such as Doha, London, Dubai, Singapore, Geneva, Paris, Frankfurt, Sydney and Bahrain.
With seven investors, Arab Bank was registered in 1930 and commenced its operations in Jerusalem. Abdul Hameed Shoman, the founder was named the Bank’s first chairman. Since its founding, the Bank’s legacy has been to act as an active and leading partner in the socio-economic development of the region. In 1948, the Bank’s headquarters were transferred to Amman, Jordan, where it was officially incorporated as a public shareholding company.
Standard Chartered Bank Qatar is one of the oldest Bank in the Country (then known as The Eastern Bank) and was established in 1950.
The Bank’s core business is Corporate and Institutional Banking with a retail presence and a growing Private Banking offering. These businesses are supported by the functions of Operations and Technology, Finance, Legal and Compliance, Human Resources and Corporate Affairs.
The Corporate and Institutional business offers the Group global suite of Products across Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, which includes Capital Markets, Trade Finance, Project and Export Finance, Aircraft Leasing and M&A and Leverage Finance.
HSBC has been operating in Qatar since 1954. With an unrivalled global network and a rich heritage, HSBC is well positioned to play a leading role in the local economy and continue its commitment to the country’s development.
HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. They serve more than 39 million customers through four global businesses: Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Global Private Banking. Their network covers 66 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, North America and Latin America.
Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) is the largest Islamic Bank in Qatar, with a 42% share of the Islamic sector and a 12% share of the banking market overall. It has over 170,000 retail clients and more than 3,000 corporate clients. It conducts its domestic business through 32 branches spread throughout the country in addition to private centers for ladies and dedicated lounges for affluent customers, augmented by more than 175 multi-function ATM installations.
Mashreq began life as the Bank of Oman, based in Dubai, in 1967. Mashreq has grown to its current position as one of the leading financial institutions in the United Arab Emirates.
Named the "Best Bank in the UAE" by Euromoney magazine in 2006, Mashreq is always among the highest performing banks in the Region. It’s financial performance reflects on its commitment to continue leading the UAE banking industry. Their branch network extends across the UAE with one in every two households in the UAE banking with us.
AhliBank QSC is a Qatari-owned financial institution that serves individual consumers, small businesses and corporate customers with a range of Corporate Banking, Retail & Private Banking, Treasury & Investments, International Banking and Brokerage Services. Citigroup decided to cease its operations from Qatar in 1987, allowing AhliBank to purchase all of its assets and start operating as an autonomous entity.
Doha Bank is one of the largest commercial banks in the State of Qatar. It was incorporated in 1978 and commenced its domestic and international banking services in Doha, Qatar in 1979.
Doha Bank provides domestic and international banking services for individuals, commercial, corporate and institutional clients through four business groups – Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking, International Banking and Treasury & Investments.
Qatar National Bank (QNB Group) is headquartered in Doha, Qatar’s capital city. The first domestically owned commercial bank in Qatar, QNB was founded in 1964, growing into not just the biggest in Qatar but also the largest financial institution in the Middle East. The bank is jointly owned by the Qatar Investment Authority and members of the public, each of which has a 50% ownership interest.
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