In cooperation with Bahrain’s eGovernment Authority, Eskan Bank has launched a package of services allowing all its clients to review and perform transactions easily.
Eskan Bank provides nine banking eservices to its clients
Bahrain-based Eskan Bank has appointed KPMG Fakhro and its consortium partner Trowers and Hamlins as financial and legal advisers on the build, operate, and transfer (BOT) projects in the kingdom.
The announcement follows the sign
Bahrain's housing bank Eskan said its general manager Sabah Khalil Almoayyed has stepped down and deputy GM and executive director for banking operations Ahmed Tayara has been named the acting general manager.
Bahrain-based Eskan Bank has posted a net profit of BD6 million ($15.4 million) for the first nine months of the year which represents an increase of 10 per cent over the same period last year.
The bank recorded a net profit
Bahrain housing finance institution Eskan Bank achieved a net profit of BD3.26 million ($8.65 million) in the first half of the year, an increase of 20 per cent compared to BD2.7 million in the first six months of 2010.
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Bahraini retail bank BMI has signed a partnership agreement with Eskan Bank to offer joint financial products and services to both their customers.
The agreement was signed by Sabah K. Almoayyed, general manager and director, Eskan Bank an
Bahrain’s eGovernment Authority (eGA) and Eskan Bank have signed a memorandum of understanding for launching a number of e-services to citizens on the eGovernment portal www.bahrain.bh.
These services co
Manara Developments has signed an agreement with Eskan Bank to provide loans to buy affordable houses in Tubli and Wahat Al Muharraq project in Qalali area of Bahrain.
The agreement was signed by Manama Developments managing director
Eskan Bank will set up 1,200 housing units in the next three years to meet the needs of limited and medium-income families.
These will form part of a number of projects, at a total cost of BD45 million ($119.4 million), said general manage
Eskan Bank, a leading mortgage lender and real estate finance developer in Bahrain, said its net profit rose 46 per cent in the first quarter to BD1.9 million ($5 million) compared to BD1.3 million during the same period last year.