National Commercial Bank (NCB | ALAHLI)
The National Commercial Bank was the first bank to be licensed in Saudi Arabia and is one of the largest financial institutions in the region. It was started as a general partnership, resulting from the merger of two currency houses: Saleh and Abdulaziz Kaki, and the Salem bin Mahfouz Company. In 1997, the bank was converted to a joint stock company. At the end of 2019, National Commercial Bank had total assets of SAR 507.26 billion and 434 branches.
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