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Searched for Financial Institutions in Saudi Arabia MiddleEast. Matches found: 6
1 Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA)
Body set up by the Saudi government following the introduction of the liberalised Foreign Investment Law in 2000; facilitates investments, acts as a catalyst for changes, an intermediary between the Saudi government & global community etc
Government Agencies   Financial Institutions  
2 Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector
Organisation in Jeddah, affiliated to Islamic Development Bank; shareholders include IDB, 51 countries & 5 public financial institutions; finances private sector projects according to the Shari'a law & develops Islamic financing & capital markets
Financial Institutions  
3 Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF)
Organisation whose aim is to develop the country's industrial base by granting loans to private sector companies; reports to the Ministry of Finance & National Economy; based in Riyadh
Financial Institutions   Government Agencies  
4 The Islamic Development Bank Group (IDB)
A multilateral development financing institution, established to foster the social and economic development of its 55 member countries and Muslim communities worldwide; participates in equity capital and grants loans for productive projects
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5 The Saudi Export Program (SEP)
Provides financing & insurance to facilitate the development of non-oil exports from Saudi Arabia; based in Riyadh
Government Agencies   Financial Institutions  
6 The Saudi Fund for Development (SFD)
Fund set up by the Saudi government to participate in financing of development projects in developing countries through loans and to encourage national non-crude-oil exports by providing financing and insurance for such exports
Financial Institutions  

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