Bank Maskan

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Bank Maskan
Public
Industry Banking, Financial services
Founded 1979
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Mohammad Hashem Botshekan (CEO & Chairman)
Products Consumer banking, corporate banking, finance and insurance, investment banking, mortgage loans, wealth management, credit cards,
Number of employees
12,700 (2013)[1]
Website http://bank-maskan.ir
Bank Maskan, Nishapur

Bank Maskan (Persian: بانک مسکن‎‎), also known as the Housing Bank, is a bank in Iran. In 2008, the Central Bank banned all banks and other financial institutions, except for Maskan Bank, from providing residential mortgages.[2]

Structure[edit]

Their subsidiaries include:

  • Housing Investment Company (شرکت سرمایه گذاری مسکن; Šerkat Sarmāye Gozāri Maskan), established 1991;[3] they received the Iran National Quality Award (جايزه ملي كيفيت ايران) in 2004[4]

History[edit]

A new CEO Mohammad Hashem Botshekan (محمدهاشم بت‌شکن) was appointed in October 2013.[5]

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