The continuing challenges that confront the predominantly mature market international banks, present the highly liquid Middle East banks with a unique opportunity for selective diversification beyond their own domestic markets.
What does MEB stand for?
MEB stands for Middle East Bank (various locations)
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- Medical Evaluation Board (also abbreviated as MEBD)
- Medium Energy Booster
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- Memory Expansion Board
- Micro Enterprise Bank (Kosovo)
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- Middle East Bulletin
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- Midlands Electricity Board (UK)
- Mighty Eagle Band (Crowley High School, Crowley, Texas)
- Mike Estep Band (band)
- Milieu Expertise Bestand
- Military Equipment Brief
- Milli Egitim Bakanligi
- Milli Egitim Bakanligi (Turkish: Ministry of National Education)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A number of the Middle East banks rank among the most stable and well capitalised banks globally.
Despite this, the performance of Middle East banks clearly exceeded that of their international counterparts, some of which experienced further revenue declines in 2012.
Bahrain Middle East Bank declared about the distribution of $1.
Paris, July 23 (BNA) -- His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa received at his residence in Paris today Chief Executive of BNP Paribas Middle East bank Jean-Christophe Durand and Board Chairman Advisor Jean Lemierre.
Summary: As international banks face deleveraging, now could be an opportune time for Middle East banks to take market share.
Middle East banks EFG Hermes and QInvest say they have reached a deal to combine some of their operations to create a joint investment bank meant to service the Arab world and beyond.
The overall profits of Middle East banks increased significantly in 2011, reaching the highest level since the all-time high in 2007.