ICB generally known as theInternational Commercial Bank, an international Banking company that provides financial service -based in , Switzerland, and its branches in Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia , including Bangladesh.
ICB Financial Group Holdings AG retains a controlling share of two banks in Tanzania and Bangladesh and minor ownership of over 15 Banks.
- International Commercial Bank (Tanzania) Ltd
- ICB Islamic Bank Ltd, Bangladesh
|Bank Name||ICB Islamic Bank Limited|
|Bank Holding Company|
|Date Established||May 20, 1987|
|Bank Charter Class||Multinational Commercial Bank|
|Ownership Type||Public Limited Company|
|Total assets /Authorized Capital||TK.15000 million|
|Headquarters||T.K. Bhaban (15th floor), 13 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue Kawran Bazar, Dhaka -1215, Bangladesh.|
|Number of Branches / Locations||33 Branches|
|Number of employees||495 to 600|
|Basic Functions||Al Wadiyah Current Saving, Mudharabah Saving Accounts, Home Saving Plan, Home Finance,Hajj Plan, Child Saving plans, Gradual Finance, Auto Finance, Saahib Finance, ATM Service, Etc.|
|Website||https://www.icbislamic-bd.com/index.php international – http://icbglobal.com.my/|
|Customer Complient|| +88 01841 242 242 |
ICB Islamic Bank,Head Office
History of ICB Group
The ICB Banking Group established and acquired commercial banks in Africa, Asia and Europe since the establishment of its first Bank in 1994. Each operating bank is incorporated as a local banking entity in its host country with a head office, branches and electronic banking services that provide a full range of commercial and retail banking to customers. The banks are governed by a Board of Directors comprising of independent and non-independent Directors. Management is headed by a Chief Executive Officer. The Banks are in full compliance with the regulatory requirements established by their respective central banks.
By 2007 the Group had grown significantly with ownership of over 15 Banks, 200 branches and a staff strength exceeding 3000. On 17 May 2007, ICB Financial Group Holdings AG was listed on the London Stock Exchange ( AIM).
In 2012 the shareholders decided to pursue a voluntary delisting from the stock exchange to further their intention to retire from Banking and divest the Banks within the group. This policy has been ongoing and ICB Financial Group Holdings AG has progressively divested its interest in several of its operating banks.