last updated on: 09 March 2018

Byblos Bank S.A.L.

Also known as: BB Group, Byblos, Byblos Bank Group

last trade: 1.4700 USD (24 May 2018) -0.03


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Business Summary Provides commercial banking services including deposits, loans and credit cards. Country of Incorporation Lebanon Ownership Type Publicly Listed Established In 1963 Primary Sector Financial Services Stock Listing
ID Stock Type Currency Exchange Symbol
BYB.LBSE Ordinary USD Beirut SE BYB
BYB09.LBSE Class 2009 USD Beirut SE BYB09
BYB08.LBSE Class 2008 USD Beirut SE BYB08

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  • 1.4700
  • -0.03
  • -2.00%  
  • 1.5000
  • 1.5000
  • 1.4700 
  • 9,325
  • 2
  • 13,718
  • USD 831M

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Byblos Bank S.A.L.Tower
Elias Sarkis Avenue
Achrafieh Area

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