First Somali Bank

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First Somali Bank
Private company
Industry Banking, finance, money transfer
Founded 2012
Headquarters Mogadishu, Somalia
Key people
Liban Abdi Egal
Products Loans, debit cards

The First Somali Bank (FSB) is a bank headquartered in Mogadishu, Somalia.


FSB was established in May 2012 by Liban Abdi Egal.[1] It is the first commercial bank to open in southern Somalia since 1991.[2]

An Islamic financial institution, the bank offers personal banking, commercial banking, agency banking, mobile banking and internet banking. It also provides money transfer services to clients.[3]

In mid-2012, the First Somali Bank organized its first ever Technology, Entertainment, Design (TEDx) conference. The event was launched to showcase improvements in local business, development and security to potential Somali and international investors.[2]

Albert Falck was the first CEO of the bank from January 2012 to end of June 2012. He managed the product portfolio creation and launch of the bank.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Mulupi, Dinfin (20 June 2012). "Meet the Boss: Liban Abdi Egal, chairman, First Somali Bank". How We Made It In Africa. Retrieved 30 January 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "War-torn Somalia stages TEDx conference". 17 May 2012. Retrieved 24 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "First Somali Bank". First Somali Bank. Retrieved 30 January 2014. 

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