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List of banks in Qatar

Whether you have just moved to Qatar for work or education or you are a resident exploring your banking options, our list can help you find the right banking services provider for your needs.



AhliBank Building. Image: Gulf Times

Founded in 1983, Ahlibank offers a full range of products and services covering corporate banking, retail & private Banking, international banking, treasury & investments, and brokerage services.


Location(s): Abu Hamour, Al Mirqab, Old Airport, etc. Find your nearest branch through
Phone: +974 4420 5222

Al Khaliji

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Al Khaliji offers various conventional banking products and services to premium, business, corporate and international customers in Qatar, UAE, and France.


Location: Al Corniche, Doha
Phone: +974 4494 0000


Commercial Bank of Qatar (CBQ)

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Commercial Bank is one of the leading financial institutions in Qatar that provides financial services to government entities, businesses and retail customers.


Location(s): Al Hilal, Al Sadd, City Centre. The complete list can be found on
Tel: +974 4449 0000


Doha Bank

Doha Bank Assurance Company
The main office of Doha Bank Assurance Company. Image: Gulf Times

Inaugurated in 1979, Doha Bank provides domestic and international banking services for individuals, commercial, corporate and institutional clients through four business groups: wholesale banking, retail banking, international banking, and treasury & investments.


Location(s): Al Hilal, Al Sadd, City Centre. The complete list can be found on
Phone: +974 4445 6000



HSBC’s origin in Qatar dates back to 1954, it is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations in the country. A subsidy of HSBC Bank Middle East, HSBC Qatar offers business, corporate, and commercial banking services. HSBC currently has three branches operating in Doha, including Airport Road, City Center, and Salwa Road, as well as a network of ATMs in 10 different locations.


Location(s): Al Matar Street, City Centre, and Salwa Road.
Phone: +974 4442 4722 (Main Branch, Al Matar Street)


International Bank of Qatar (ibq)

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Founded in 1956, the International Bank of Qatar is a private sector bank. They offer a range of products and services across personal, private and corporate banking. IBQ has a growing network of branches and ATMs covering most major locations across the country. On 21 April 2019, Barwa Bank has announced the official completion of its legal merger with International Bank of Qatar (ibq).


Location(s): Airport Road, Al Sadd (Suhaim Bin Hamad St), Ali bin Abdullah St. The complete list can be found on:
Phone: +974 4447 8000



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Mashreq Bank, established in 1967, is a private bank which provides retail banking services. The bank also offers services in personal, corporate and international banking.


Location(s): C Ring Road, Grand Hamad St, Ramada Signal. The complete list can be found on
Phone: +974 4408 3333


Standard Chartered

standard chartered qatar

A leading international banking group with more than 86,000 employees, Standard Chartered has a 150-year history in the financial market. Standard Chartered Bank Qatar (earlier known as The Eastern Bank) was established in 1950 and is the oldest bank in the country. The bank’s core business is corporate and institutional banking, but they are also expanding in private banking services.


Location: Doha Tower, Al Corniche St
Phone: +974 4424 8100


Qatar Development Bank

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Qatar Development Bank (QDB) was established in 1997 under Emiri Decree No. 14 in a move to diversify the country’s economy by empowering Qatari entrepreneurs and innovators. The bank caters to small and medium businesses through financing, providing export support, and by creating opportunities for growth. If you are a new startup or looking to start a local business, QDB might just be the bank for you.


Location: Grand Hamad St
Phone: +974 4430 0000

Qatar National Bank (QNB)

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Established in 1964, Qatar National Bank (QNB) is the country’s first Qatari-owned commercial bank. Besides being the biggest bank in Qatar, the QNB Group is also the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa (MENA) region. They provide services across personal, private and corporate divisions.


Location(s): Al Bidda, Al Sadd, The Mall. The complete list can be found on
Phone: +974 4440 7777

Qatar Islamic Bank


Established in 1982, Qatar Islamic Bank is the first Islamic financial institution in Qatar. The bank is the country’s largest Shari’a-compliant lender.


Phone: +974 4444 8444

Qatar International Islamic Bank (QIIB)

Established in 1991, Qatar International Islamic Bank (QIIB) is a privately owned Islamic bank in the State of Qatar offering personal and corporate Islamic banking solutions.


Location(s): Al Shafi Street, Grand Hamad Street, Katara Cultural Village. The complete list can be found on
Phone: +974 4484 0000

The International Bank of Qatar (IBQ)The International Bank of Qatar (IBQ) is a well-established and rapidly growing commercial institution, offering a full range of retail, private, and corporate banking solutions.BanksSuhaim Bin Hamad Street PO Box 2001,QatarDoha+974 4447 8000
Arab bankArab Bank provides a wide range of financial products and services for individuals, corporations and other financial institutions.BanksGrand Hamad Street, P. O. Box 172,QatarDoha+ 974 44387777
Standard Chartered Bank QatarStandard Chartered Bank is one of the oldest Banks in the country. The Bank has two core business divisions – wholesale banking and consumer banking.BanksBurj Doha, Al Corniche Street, P.O. Box 29,QatarWestbay(+974) 44658555
HSBC QatarThe bank offers a full range of cross border banking products and services from Commercial and Global Banking to Retail Banking and Wealth Management and Offshore banking.BanksBuilding 150, Al Matar Street, Umm Ghuwailina, P.O. Box 57,QatarDoha+974 4442 4722
Qatar Islamic BankQatar Islamic Bank (QIB) was established in 1982 as the first Islamic financial institution in Qatar.QIB is the largest Islamic Bank in Qatar and it is the country’s largest Shari’a-compliant lender.BanksAbu Buhruri St 1 – Al Najada,P.O.Box: 559,QatarDoha+974 44448444
Mashreq Bank of QatarMashreq has provided banking and financial services to millions of customers and businesses since 1967.BanksP.O. Box 173, Mashreq Head Office, Al Emadi Building, Opposite Gulf Times, C-ring road,QatarDoha+974 44083111
AhliBank of QatarAhlibank offers a full range of products and services covering; Corporate Banking, Retail & Private Banking, International Banking, Treasury & Investments and Brokerage Services.BanksSuhaim bin Hamad street, Al Sadd area, Doha,QatarAl Sadd+974 4423 2222, +974 4420 5222
Doha bank, QatarDoha Bank is one of the largest commercial banks in the State of Qatar and has been consistently registering a strong growth during the last decade with participative leadership philosophy.BanksAL Riyada Head Office Tower, Mezzanine floor, Corniche Street, P.O. Box : 3818,QatarDoha+974 4445 6000
Qatar National Bank (QNB)Qatar National Bank, the first commercial bank owned by the nation and the countries largest, was established in 1964 and has grown to become one of the largest financial institutions in the MENA regi…BanksQatar National Bank Building, Al Corniche Street, Doha,QatarDoha+974 4440 77

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