GIB

Profile

Gulf International Bank B.S.C. (GIB) is a pan-GCC universal bank established in 1975 and regulated by the Central Bank of Bahrain.

 

GIB provides diverse financial products, services and bespoke banking solutions to a wide client base in the GCC, Europe and North America. This includes corporate, institutional, global transaction and investment banking; treasury and asset management; and meem, the world’s first fully-digital Shariah-compliant retail bank.

 

The Group is active across regional and international markets through its subsidiaries GIB Saudi Arabia and GIB (UK) Ltd and its branches in the UAE and USA.

 

GIB Saudi Arabia is the first foreign-domiciled bank to establish a local commercial bank in the Kingdom. Headquartered in the Eastern Province, it operates branches in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dhahran with its Riyadh based subsidiary, GIB Capital, delivering the Bank’s investment banking activities. Its activities span equity placements, mergers, acquisitions and privatisations; debt capital market solutions and strategic financial advisory; and asset management and brokerage.

 

GIB (UK) Ltd is a London and New York-based global asset manager with AUM in excess of US$ 11 billion. As a signatory to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment, it offers sustainable investment strategies. GIB is owned by the governments of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund being the primary shareholder.