- Who is on Bank of Beirut's Board of Directors?
Information about our Directors can be found in the Board of Directors section of this website.
- How many branches does Bank of Beirut have in Lebanon and Overseas? Are their affiliates and subsidiaries, local and abroad?
Bank of Beirut s.a.l. has 65 branches in Lebanon, six branches overseas (Five in Oman and One in Cyprus). Our bank has fully owned subsidiaries in Lebanon as well, namely: Bank of Beirut Invest s.a.l., BOB Finance s.a.l., Beirut Brokers s.a.r.l., and Beirut Life s.a.l. In addition, the Bank has two subsidiaries, one being in the United Kingdom, under the name of Bank of Beirut (UK), which has two branches in London and Frankfurt, while the other being in Australia, under the name of Bank of Sydney Ltd., with a network of 16 branches located across Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Bank of Beirut has also representative offices in Dubai – U.A.E., Lagos – Nigeria and Accra – Ghana.
- How can I apply for a position at Bank of Beirut?
You need to fill out this application.
- What is the significance of Bank of Beirut’s logo?
The three points of the triangle reflect Bank of Beirut’s core values: authentic, caring and dynamic. It also places Lebanon’s capital, Beirut, in the heart of the environment, society and culture.
The logo’s dominant color is blue, as it is a natural, universal color which induces both peace and confidence.
- What does BOB stand for?
BOB is the abbreviation for Bank of Beirut. We’ve also created our own animated character, named Bob, which gives our followers valuable financial tips.
- In which year was Bank of Beirut incorporated?
Bank of Beirut was incorporated in 1963 under the name of Realty Business Bank s.a.l. The Gefinor Group took control of the Bank in 1970 and renamed it "Bank of Beirut s.a.l.". With the aim of enhancing its market position, Bank of Beirut s.a.l. has made strategic acquisitions: Transorient Bank s.a.l. in June 1999, Beirut Riyad Bank s.a.l. in December 2002 and Laiki Bank (Australia) Ltd in February 2011 which changed its name later on to become Bank of Sydney.
- What does the Bank of Beirut brand represent?
The Bank of Beirut brand endeavors to keep its customers, both individuals and corporations, moving forward and growing. We aim not only to meet, but also to exceed our customers’ expectations by offering them irreplaceable services within a rapidly growing and highly competitive market. Our brand offers modern banking, with personal care.