Manama – 7 May 2018 – National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) today announced that in celebration of the blessed month of Ramadan, it has distributed coupons for the purchase of foodstuffs in cooperation with 83 Charity Funds and Societies registered with the Ministry of Labour and Social Development.

Manama – 8 May 2018: National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) today announced that a team of its female professionals have taken part in the Women Power Summit (WPS) 2018, held on the 6th-7th of May at the Sheikh Isa Cultural Centre in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The Summit, powered by “Imtiaz for Her”, was designed to inspire women to action across three core pillars: Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation and comes in line with NBB’s efforts to further empower its female professionals and get closer to the community.

National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) today announced strong financial results for the first quarter of 2018 reporting an 33.9% rise in Net Profit to BD 19.74 million (US$ 52.50 million) compared to BD 14.74 million (US$ 39.20 million) for the corresponding period of 2017.  Strengthened performance during the quarter was supported by higher net interest income linked to growth in loans and advances coupled with better asset liability management resulting in a strong improvement in the net interest margin. Provisions were also significantly lower than in the corresponding period for 2017, further contributing to the overall rise in net profits”.

Manama – 6 May 2018: National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) today announced the appointment of Mr. Yaser Alsharifi, Chief Strategy Officer, as the Chairman of the Advisory Board of Bahrain Fintech Bay (BFB), the largest Fintech hub in the Middle East & Africa, as well as his appointment to BFB’s Executive Board for 2018.

Manama: 2 May 2018 - National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) today announced strong financial results for the first quarter of 2018 reporting an 33.9% rise in Net Profit to BD 19.74 million (US$ 52.50 million) compared to BD 14.74 million (US$ 39.20 million) for the corresponding period of 2017.  Strengthened performance during the quarter was supported by higher net interest income linked to growth in loans and advances coupled with better asset liability management resulting in a strong improvement in the net interest margin. Provisions were also significantly lower than in the corresponding period for 2017, further contributing to the overall rise in net profits”.