Union of Arab Banks (UAB)
Union des banques arabes
Ittihad Al Massaref Al Arabiya
1972-11-22 Beirut Lebanon
22 Nov 1972, Beirut (Lebanon), at 1st Arab Conference on Bank Management. Established 13 Mar 1973 in accordance with first General Assembly. Statutes approved by Constituent Assembly, 12 Mar 1974, Beirut.
Be the leading financial and banking organization in the Arab world; progress the Arab banking and financial industry to an advanced level of professionalism.
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