Bank Audi is a regional group with a universal banking profile. The Bank offers universal financial products and services including Corporate, Commercial, Individual and Retail, and Private Banking services, in addition to Investment Banking and On-line Brokerage services. As at end-June 2015, Bank Audi’s consolidated assets reached USD 42. 3 billion, principally driven by private customers’ deposits of تداول العملات عبر الإنترنت 36.
1 billion, with shareholders’ equity reaching USD 3. Bank Audi ranks first among Lebanese banks and is positioned in the inner circle of top regional banking groups. Its shares are listed on the Beirut Stock Exchange. Its GDRs are listed on both the Beirut Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange. Bank Audi’s decision to set foot in Iraq stems from five key factors and major drivers making the expansion to the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia a natural yet challenging plan. First and foremost, Bank Audi’s pioneering reputation entails that the bank complements and strengthens its geographical presence with solid business opportunities and long-term prospects in Iraq.
On an equally important note, the Iraqi banking sector is still untapped with a relatively fragile financial infrastructure. Bank Audi strongly believes it has a major role to play and a huge support to bring to a resourceful and promising neighboring country. Also, as Bank Audi’s success story shows no signs of abating, it already positioned itself at the vanguard of growth and is capable of bringing its full economic potential to fruition in Iraq. Encouragingly, economic growth in the country stands at an average of 10. Iraq is a country bursting with potential with abundant resources in its favor. Despite the regional turmoil, Iraq succeeded to maintain its profitability and sustainable growth as the Central Bank expects the country’s GDP to jump to 360 billion in 2015 which constitutes one of the reasons why Bank Audi decided to explore this fast-paced country. Bank Audi has continuously labored to become a pioneer of the Lebanese banking sector.