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Sarmayeh Bank Bank Sarmayeh, branch of Nishapur
|Farabourse: IBKZ ISIN: IRO3IBKZ0004 |
|Financial services |
|Tehran, Iran |
|Gholamreza Hajizadeh, chief executive officer |
|Retail banking Transaction accounts Insurance stock brokerage Investment bank Asset-based lending Consumer finance Trade International payments Foreign exchange |
| 468 Billion IRR (2008) |
| 12.04 Trillion IRR (2008) |
Sarmayeh Bank is a major Iranian banking establishment offering retail, commercial and investment banking services. The company was established in 2005 as a part of the government''s privatization of the banking system.
Sarmayeh Bank is listed in Farabourse. In 2006, Sarmayeh Bank had an initial equity capital of $ 365.150 million. Contents
- 1 Operations
- 2 Shareholders
- 3 Corporate governance
- 4 See also
- 5 References
- 6 External links
The bank currently operated throughout the country, housing a total of 153 branches. In 2008, the Bank established several branches overseas in the Netherlands, United Arab Emirates and Tajikistan.
Sarmayeh Bank operates as a private bank in Iran; In addition to offering short and fixed deposit accounts for domestic and overseas clients, The bank also provides financial advisory, letters of credit, treasury, currency exchange, corporate loans syndication, and electronic banking services. Shareholders
Sarmayeh Bank is currently the largest shareholder of the Bank. However, the bank currently holds over 300,000 other shareholders. Corporate governance
- Gholamreza Hajizadeh - President and CEO 2000–present
Current members of the board of directors include: Vahid Taleghani, Pouya Kazemi and Mohammad Zarghami.
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