FFA Private Bank

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FFA Private Bank
Private
Industry Banking
Founded 1994; 23 years ago (1994)
Headquarters Beirut, Lebanon
Key people
Jean Riachi
(Founder & Chief Executive Officer)
Website http://www.ffaprivatebank.com

FFA Private Bank (formerly Financial Fund Advisors SAL) is a bank in Beirut, Lebanon specializing in the fields of Capital Markets, Wealth Management and Investment Banking

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Founded in 1994 as a Financial Brokerage House by Jean Riachi, FFA was granted a banking license in 2007 by Lebanon's Central Bank (Banque du Liban). [1]

The Bank also operates from within the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC) through its subsidiary FFA Dubai Ltd. [2]

FFA Private Bank is Lebanon's leading Specialized Bank and, according to Reserve Bank, the bank is "Leader in Lebanese Capital Markets and High Income Asset Management, newly established offshore bank in Dubai as wholly owned subsidiary, typical private bank concentrating on the wealthy clients, has its own forex, futures and equity trading platform".[3]

FFA Private Bank was the first Financial Institution to Launch a Tracker of the MSCI Arabian Stock Index, the FFA Arabian Growth Certificate and is an active régional player on film financing especially Lebanon-related productions such as "Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet" with Salma Hayek. [4]

FFA Real Estate a fully owned subsidiary of FFA Private Bank is one of the leading Real Estate and Touristic projects Developer in Lebanon with landmarks projects such as Badaro Gardens and the Naas Wellness Resort.

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