Mellat Investment Bank

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Mellat Investment Bank
Privately held Company
IndustryInvestment Banking
Financial services
Founded2011; 8 years ago (2011)
HeadquartersTehran , Iran
ProductsFinancial services, investment banking, private banking, private equity, savings, Securities, asset management, wealth management,
ParentMelat financial Group

Mellat Investment Bank, also known as MellatIB (Persian: تامین سرمایه ملت‎, Tamin Sarmaye Mellat) is an Iranian investment banking firm based in Tehran. The company offers investment banking services. Mellat Investment Bank is a private joint stock company.

It is regulated by the country’s Securities and Exchange Organization (SEO) as part of the government's economic reform of the banking system.


Mellat Investment Bank formed after it obtained its permit from SEO on 30 August 2010.[1]

The bank began operations on January 18, 2011. The company held seminars and conferences regarding Islamic financing systems such as Sukuk.

The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) admitted Mellat Investment Bank into its membership in 2014.


MellatIB provides financing and underwriting services. It helps with public offering of equity Islamic "debt" instruments including different kinds of Sukuk).[2]


Seyed Rouhollah Hosseini Moghaddam, former deputy of the Tehran Stock Exchange,on june 2019 was selected as the new CEO of Mellat investment Bank.


The Mellat Financial Group is the largest shareholder. , Mellat Brokerage Company, Mellat Leasing Company, Mellat Exchange Company, and Tadbirgaran Behsaz Mellat Company.


Mellat Investment Bank is organized in four business units:

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  1. ^ "Mellat Investment Bank". Retrieved 29 July 2015.
  2. ^ "Security Exchange Organization". Retrieved 29 July 2015.

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