last updated on: 20 November 2017

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank PJSC

Also known as: ADIB

last trade: 3.68 AED (21 November 2017) -0.01


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Business Summary Provides commercial banking services including deposits, loans and credit cards; investment banking services including corporate finance and investment advisory on mergers and acquisitions, initial public offering and underwriting; asset management services including fund, portfolio and wealth management; private equity investments, all according to Islamic principles. Country of Incorporation UAE Ownership Type Publicly Listed Established In 1997 Primary Sector Financial Services Number of Employees 1385 Stock Listing
ID Stock Type Currency Exchange Symbol
ADIB.ADSM Ordinary AED Abu Dhabi SE ADIB

Stock Performance Powered by Thomson Reuters Eikon

  • 3.68
  • -0.01
  • 0.00%  
  • 3.69
  • 3.69
  • 3.68 
  • 93,291
  • 5
  • 343,648
  • AED 11,658M

Contact details

Primary address
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank PJSC Building
Bainuna Street
Al Bateen Area
Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi

Zawya industry classifications

  • Financial Services
    1. Banking
      1. Commercial Banking
        1. Islamic (Primary Industry)
    2. Asset Management
      1. Islamic
    3. Investment Banking
      1. Investment Advisory Services
        1. Islamic
    4. Investment Firms and Funds
      1. Private Equity Firms
        1. Islamic

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