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Tunis International Bank (TIB)

Tunis International Bank was created in June 1982 and was the first commercial bank established in Tunisia as a fully licensed banking corporation dealing essentially with non-residents. TIB operates under the supervision of the Central Bank of Tunisia (CBT) and is a member of Tunisia‘s Clearing House Association. TIB is a private commercial bank and its main shareholder is Burgan Bank SAK - Kuwait, which is a subsidiary of the Kuwait Investment Projects Company (Holding) ‘‘KIPCO’’.

United Gulf Bank (UGB)
UGB is a leading asset management, merchant and investment banking group, with operations spanning the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. It is licensed as a conventional wholesale bank by the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB). From its home base in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and through its regional network of affiliates, the Bank engages primarily in asset and fund management, merchant banking, private equity, and corporate finance. Other financial business activities include commercial banking, proprietary investments, treasury, brokerage, and savings and pensions. Through its non-financial associate companies, the Bank holds substantial investments in the real estate, industrial and communications sectors.

Tunis International Bank (TIB)

Tunis International Bank was created in June 1982 and was the first commercial bank established in Tunisia as a fully licensed banking corporation dealing essentially with non-residents. TIB operates under the supervision of the Central Bank of Tunisia (CBT) and is a member of Tunisia‘s Clearing House Association. TIB is a private commercial bank and its main shareholder is Burgan Bank SAK - Kuwait, which is a subsidiary of the Kuwait Investment Projects Company (Holding) ‘‘KIPCO’’.

United Gulf Bank (UGB)
UGB is a leading asset management, merchant and investment banking group, with operations spanning the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. It is licensed as a conventional wholesale bank by the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB). From its home base in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and through its regional network of affiliates, the Bank engages primarily in asset and fund management, merchant banking, private equity, and corporate finance. Other financial business activities include commercial banking, proprietary investments, treasury, brokerage, and savings and pensions. Through its non-financial associate companies, the Bank holds substantial investments in the real estate, industrial and communications sectors.

Al Baraka Bank
AL BARAKA BANK TUNISIA is the first bank operating in the field of Islamic finance in Tunisia and the Maghreb. It was created on June 15, 1983, under the name of 'BEIT ETTAMWIL TOUNSI SAOUDI - BEST BANK', by the Tunisian State and Sheikh Salah Abdallah KAMEL founder of the DALLAH AL BARAKA Group.As part of the unification of the Group's commercial identity, BEST BANK changed its name in 2009 to 'AL BARAKA BANK TUNISIA', part of Al Baraka Banking Group .Al Baraka Bank Tunisia has developed banking products and services in accordance with the laws and regulations in force and the principles of Islamic finance, In 2013, Al Baraka Bank Tunisia obtained the approval of its transformation from non-resident bank to resident universal bank operating in the field of Islamic finance.

Best lease
Best Lease is a subsidiary of the Al Baraka Bank group, the company Best Lease stands out to be the only Islamic leasing facility in Tunisia. Established in 1999, Best Lease is the only operator in the Islamic leasing market in Tunisia, its capital is 64.28% owned by Dallah Al Baraka Group, of which 23.60% by Al Baraka Bank Tunisia, a bank that has more than 30 years of experience in the development of Sharia-compliant products and services. . This bank is the first Islamic bank in the country born following a joint venture between the Tunisian state and the group of Al Baraka pioneer of Islamic finance through 15 banks in the world and more than 650 agencies. In a market characterized by the scarcity of Islamic financing and the lack of opportunities to raise Islamic funds in the Tunisian market, Best Lease has always benefited from the financial support of Al Baraka Bank Tunisia, other banks and financial companies of the place.

ATB
The Arab Bank was created by Abdul Hameed Shoman in Jerusalem in 1930. More than 80 years later, the bank which had started with seven shareholders and a capital of 15,000 Palestinian pounds, has become an institution with a great reputation in the Arab world. The ARAB TUNISIAN BANK is a commercial Tunisian Bank established on June 30th, 1982 through the integration of the Arab Bank Plc’s Tunisian branch and the contribution of Tunisian natural persons. The ATB Group is active in banking through more than 125 branches, as well as in a variety of other financial activities through diversified companies (insurance, Brokerage, mutual funds etc…)

Amen Bank
Amen Bank is a Tunisian commercial bank. It is part of the Amen Group, which is composed of 38 companies operating in several sectors of the economy: banking, insurance, leasing, computer services, health, food processing, tourism…

Banque de Tunisie (BT)
Bank of Tunisia, a Tunisian commercial bank, was established in 1884. It is one of the few banks in Africa to have over 130 years of existence which allowed it to accumulate a unique experience in the banking sector. It has been listed on the Tunisian stock exchange in 1990.

Assurances Maghrebia
Asurances Maghrebia is a private company offering insurance and reinsurance services. It was founded in 1973 and is backed by the prestigious group Generali, the global insurance with more than 100 insurance companies in 60 countries on all continents.

Banque Internationale Arabe de Tunisie (BIAT)
BIAT, Tunisia's largest private bank, was established in 1976 through the merger of the local branches of the British Bank of the Middle East and Société Marseillaise de Crédit. As a universal Bank, it offers a broad range of commercial and capital markets banking services to large corporations, medium size and small businesses, financial institutions, households and private individuals. In Tunisia, BIAT is active in banking through more than 100 branches, as well as in a variety of other financial activities through diversified companies (insurance, Brokerage, mutual funds etc…)

Caisse des dépôts et des consignations (CDC)
CDC is a Tunisian Public Institution established by Decree number 85 dated on the 13th of September 2011, with a capital of roughly US$2.33 billion. The CDC will act as a catalyst in support of the Small to Medium Enterprises in the Republic of Tunisia. Their main task is twofold: first to invest on behalf of the Tunisian state and several investors and second to contribute to the overall development of the Republic of Tunisia.

Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD)
The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) is a multilateral organization affiliated with the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group. The authorized capital stock of the Corporation is two billion USD while the capital available for subscription is one billion USD. Its shareholders are the IDB, 51 Islamic member countries, and 5 public financial institutions from member countries. The mandate of ICD is to support the economic development of its member countries through provision of finance to private sector projects in accordance with the principles of the Shari’a law. ICD finances projects that are specifically geared to creating employment opportunities and boosting exports. Furthermore, ICD mobilizes additional resources for projects and encourages the development of Islamic financing and capital markets. It also attracts co-financiers for its projects and provides advice to governments and private sector groups on policies aimed at encouraging the establishment, expansion and modernization of private enterprises, development of capital markets, best management practices and enhancing the role of market economy.

Qatar Friendship Fund (QFF)
QFF believes that the Tunisian youth possesses all the necessary elements to succeed ; they are well educated, motivated, and fully engaged. QFF is here to enable the creation of opportunities. Today, the Tunisian youth are facing multiple social challenges at all levels and employment opportunities are becoming increasingly scarce in both public and private sectors. QFF realizes this gap and is here to work closely with its local partners and the Tunisian youth to address some of the employment challenges furthering a positive entrepreneurship environment. Together with various well reputed partners and a credible Governance Committee.

Zitouna Banque
Zitouna Bank is a Tunisian commercial bank established in October 2009. It began its activities on May 28th, 2010. It offers a wide range of products and services consistent with the principles of sharia.

Maghrebia Vie
Maghrebia Vie is dedicated to the life insurance and financial protection for individuals, professionals and companies. Its main shareholders are: UFI Group, Generali Group and Assurances Maghrebia.

Yunus Social Business
In partnership with the African Development Bank (AfDB), YSB Tunisia launched its operations in 2013, with the goal to promoting and creating an environment within which social businesses can thrive in Tunisia. In this context, Tunisia was the first in a series of African countries to replicate the social business concept.

Banque De L'Habitat (BH)
The purpose of BH is to contribute to the financing of the economy in general and to contribute in particular to the promotion, development and financing of housing. BH is a financial institution that offers a diverse range of products and services. Its activity is focused primarily on real estate. In addition, it is required to undertake in Tunisia and abroad, both for itself and for third parties, the ordinary operations of a deposit bank.