About ABANA

Members

ABANA members are drivers behind many of today’s discussions around global financial and economic issues and they share a commitment to improved business flows and understanding between the US and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. ABANA’s eighty member institutions and 600 members are engaged in a diverse range of  financial and commercial ventures. The majority of ABANA members are based in the US, and approximately 15% are based in the MENA region. Learn how to become a member of ABANA…

 

National Bank of Kuwait
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Arab Bank
Wafra
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University Bank
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Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority
Bain Capital
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National Bank of Abu Dhabi
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GoldenTree Asset Management
Etihad Airways
Qatar Central Bank
SAS Asset Recovery
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National Bank of Egypt
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Lebanese American University
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Putnam Investments
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Arab National Bank
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Central Bank of Bahrain
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