Gulf International Bank
Gulf International Bank (GIB)
Gulf International Bank (GIB) is a full-fledged financial services institution, working in partnership with its clients to deliver innovative bespoke banking solutions. These cover conventional and Sharia-compliant corporate banking, debt and equity capital market-related services, financial advisory, asset management and treasury; together with the MENA region’s first Sharia-compliant digital retail bank, ‘Meem’.
GIB employs over 1,100 professionals across the globe. Its principal subsidiaries are London-based GIBUK Limited (GIBUK) and Riyadh-based GIB Capital in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Commencing operations in the Kingdom of Bahrain in 1976, GIB is licensed by the Central Bank of Bahrain as a conventional wholesale bank. Although the governments of the six Gulf Cooperation Council countries all hold shares in the bank, GIB’s principal shareholder is the Public Investment Fund of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with a majority stake of 97.2%.