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Bank of Khartoum

Also known as: BoK

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Business Summary Provides commercial banking services including deposits, loans and credit cards; asset management services including wealth, fund and portfolio management; investment banking services including corporate finance and investment advisory on mergers and acquisitions, initial public offering and underwriting, all according to Islamic principles. Country of Incorporation Sudan Ownership Type Publicly Listed Established In 1913 Primary Sector Financial Services Number of Employees 1600

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Primary address
Bank of Khartoum Building
Al Gamhouria Avenue

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

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