Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank

Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank is 65 percent owned by the state-controlled Abu Dhabi Investment Council, and is the United Arab Emirates' third-biggest bank by assets.

The bank changed its name from Khalij Commercial Bank to Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank after merging with Emirates Commercial Bank and Federal Commercial Bank on 1 July 1985.

The bank is a public shareholding company with limited liability, and was incorporated in Abu Dhabi in 1975, to carry on retail, commercial, investment and merchant banking through a 33-branch network spread across the UAE, in addition to two branches in India and an offshore banking unit in the Cayman Islands.


Borrowed time

Borrowed time

01 Apr 2007
Borrowed time

Borrowed time

01 Apr 2007