The 2017 Middle East Retail Banking Benchmarking Report is about determining and identifying the best retail banks in the Middle East, country by country. The report evaluates the retail banks’ credit card strategies, debit card market penetration, deposits, mortgages, along with technology (Internet and mobile), along with wealth management and other key aspects of retail banking. The report ranks each banks in the order from best to worst based on The Dragon Banker’s surveys across the region.
The Dragon Banker’s The 2017 Middle East Retail Banking Benchmarking Report is based on a 15-minute quantitative and qualitative survey of more than 500 retail bankers across the region. Each country had at least 60 senior retail bankers interviewed either via email or telephone that was conducted by The Dragon Banker’s analysts in Hong Kong and the Philippines. Other information comes from public data including media reports and annual statements. Register for more details.
UAE: Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), Dubai Islamic Bank, Emirates NBD, Mashreq, RakBank, Union National Bank,Sharjah Islamic Bank.
Qatar: Qatar National Bank, Qatar Islamic Bank, Commercial Bank of Qatar, Doha Bank, International Bank of Qatar
Saudi Arabia: The National Commercial Bank, the Saudi British Bank, the Saudi investment Bank, Alinma Bank, Banque Saudi Fransi, Riyad Bank, Samba, Alawwal, Arab National Bank
Jordan: Arab Bank, Bank of Jordan, Cairo Amman Bank, Capital Bank, Jordan Commercial Bank
Turkey-Ziraat Bankası, Türkiye İş Bankası, Garanti Bank, Adabank, Akbank, Anadolubank, Fibabanka
Bahrain-National Bank of Bahrain, Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait, Ali United Bank,
Oman: National Bank of Oman, Alliance Housing Bank, Bank Nizwa, Arab Bank, Citi Bank, Bank Muscat, Al Madina Financial & Investment Services
Who should invest in this report?
The Dragon Banker’s The 2017 Middle East Retail Banking Benchmarking Report is designed for the following decision makers:
- International banks who are planning on penetrating the Middle East retail banking market.
- Retail banks that have a direct interest in learning and understanding the competitive landscape of the middle east, the key players in the market, along with their strategies and future plans.
- Family offices and asset management companies who are keen to build a presence in the market and compete in the Middle East.
- Retail banking technology venders who are attempting to sell their software and hardware to Middle East banks banks.