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.
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Address: Al Salam Street PO Box 939
, Abu Dhabi, UAE