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last updated on: 05 April 2016

Oman Arab Bank SAOC

Also known as: OAB, Oman Arab Bank
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Business Summary Provides conventional and Islamic 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, wealth and portfolio management; brokerage services. Country of Incorporation Oman Ownership Type Private Established In 1984 Primary Sector Financial Services Number of Employees 782

Contact details

Primary address
Oman Arab Bank SAOC Building
Central Bank Street
Muttrah Business District
2010
Oman
Ruwi
112
Region
Muscat
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SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY
  • Financial Services
    1. Banking
      1. Commercial Banking
        1. Conventional (Primary Industry)
        2. Islamic
    2. Asset Management
      1. Conventional
    3. Investment Banking
      1. Investment Advisory Services
        1. Conventional
    4. Securities Brokers and Traders
      1. Conventional
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OAB completes the first locally listed Omani Rial Perpetual Bonds issue of RO30 million

28 December 2016Muscat - Oman Arab Bank successfully concluded its issue of Omani Rial denominated Perpetual Bonds, raising RO 30 million as Additional Tier 1 capital. The issue will boost the Bank’s capital base and increase its capital adequacy ratio. The Investment Management Group of OAB (OAB-IMG) managed the issue of this private placement.OAB-IMG structured the instrument as an Omani Rial de

Press Release - 28-Dec-2016
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