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National Commercial Bank (1180.SE)

Also known as:  Al Ahli, NCB
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51.70 SAR 0.601.17%
As of 21 JAN 2019 10:13 GMT|Saudi SE

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Div Yield
2.659%
P/E (Last 12 Month)
14.7
Upside
-
Target Price (Mean)
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52Wk
47.35 02 JAN
52.2 16 JAN

Open
51.40 SAR
Previous Close
51.10 SAR
Turnover
34.23M SAR
EPS
3.535 SAR
Volume
665,397
Transactions
680
Market Cap
152.76B SAR
IPO Date
11-Nov-2014
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Press Release - 13 Nov 2017

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Fitch Downgrades 7 Saudi Arabian Banks

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Press Release - 20 Apr 2016
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Executives

Mr Faisal Omar Al Sakkaf
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Hamed Mohammed H Fayez
Senior Executive Vice President, Head of Retail Banking
Mr Zahed Hussein Abdullah Hummusani
Executive Vice President, Head of Consumer Finance

Board Members

Mr Said Mohammed A Alghamdi
Chairman
Mr Rashed Ibrahim Sharif
Vice Chairman and director representing Public Investment Fund
Mr Marshal Charles Bailey
Director representing Public Investment Fund
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About National Commercial Banklast updated on: 06 June 2018

Business Summary
Provides conventional and Islamic commercial banking services including deposits, loans and credit cards.
Country of Incorporation
Ownership Type
Established In
1950
Primary Sector
Number of Employees
7991
Stock Listing
IDStock TypeCurrencyExchangeSymbol
1180.SSEOrdinarySARSaudi SE1180

Contact details

Primary address
National Commercial Bank Building
King Abdulaziz Street
Balad Area
3555
Saudi Arabia
Jeddah
21481
CONTACT
  • Tel: +966 12-646-4999
  • Tel: +966 12-646-4200
  • Fax: +966 12-644-6468
  • Email: www.alahli.com
Region
Makkah

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