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Saint Joseph University Honors Sheikh Ghassan Assaf Chairman and General Manager of BBAC

Saint Joseph University Honors Sheikh Ghassan Assaf Chairman and General Manager of BBAC

Saint Joseph University (USJ) honored BBAC’s Chairman and General Manager Sheikh Ghassan Assaf in recognition of his efforts and achievements in the banking sector, in the presence of a score of ministers, MPs and ambassadors, as well as deans of colleges and educational bodies at the university. Attendees also included a number of economic and

BBAC Hazmieh Branch Opening - Oct. 2015

BBAC Celebrated the Inauguration of its Hazmieh Branch

BBAC (Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries) celebrated the opening of its new branch in Hazmieh. The move comes from the Bank’s belief in this area’s potential of being a connecting point between Lebanese regions. Sheikh Ghassan Assaf, Chairman and General Manager inaugurated the bank in the presence of political and social figures as

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BBAC Commences a Fresh Start in Cyprus

BBAC (Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries) announced the relocation of its Limassol-Cyprus branch to a new bigger and more advanced bank-owned building, as a part of the bank’s expansion strategy, which aims to improve services and extend the bank’s network, while choosing prime locations to meet the growing needs of its clientele and

BBAC Inaugurates its 39th Branch in Hazmieh

Hazmieh – June 23, 2015: BBAC (Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries) announced the opening of its new branch in Hazmieh area. The move comes as part of the bank’s expansion strategy, strengthening its reach in the local banking sector and aiming to provide the best service to its existing customers and attract new

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BBAC Sponsors the Iraqi-Lebanese Banking Conference

  BBAC (Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries) offered its sponsorship to the Iraqi-Lebanese Banking Conference, which was held in Beirut on the 25th and 26th of April 2014,under the patronage of the Central Bank of Lebanon and the Central Bank of Iraq. The Iraqi-Lebanese Banking Conference was the first of its kind in

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