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Bank Saderat Iran –Qatar Branch is one of the oldest foreign Bank operating in the State of Qatar since 1970, The Bank today is capitalized to the extent of above Qr. 200 millions. The Bank's Regional Office is at Dubai, U.A.E and its Head Office is located at Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran. The Bank has a very wide network  in Iran and abroad. BSI has 2707 branches in Iran and 28 branches, subsidiaries ,joint venture in abroad as well as Bank has 4060 ATM and 380,000 POS. BSI is the biggest private Bank in Iran and it was established in 1952 .With close to 60 years of banking experience, a deep sense of commitment to its basic principle and a full implementation of usury-free Islamic banking, BSI, as a credible popular bank always attempts to maintain its top position among other rivals through following the lead in international banking and customer–oriented principles and offering quality banking services. In addition, BSI has a leading role in achieving customer satisfaction . From the very beginning, BSI endeavored to encourage innovation in banking services in line with its customer – oriented marketing strategy . The first BSI overseas branch was established in Hamburg, Germany in 1961, which was followed by opening of other overseas branches Including London , Frankfurt , paris , Athens , Ashkabad , Muscat , Qatar  (2 branches ) , UAE ( 8 branches plus one RegionalOffice ) , Lebanon (5 branches plus one Regional Office ) . 

 

 

 

Bank Saderat Iran –Qatar Branch is one of the oldest foreign Bank operating in the State of Qatar since 1970, The Bank today is capitalized to the extent of above Qr. 200 millions. The Bank's Registered Office is at Dubai, U.A.E and its Head Office is located at Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran. The Bank has a very wide network of more than 4500 branches in Iran and abroad.

IBAN, Safe and easy way for money transfers

 

We are pleased to inform our customers that Qatar Central Bank is intending to apply the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) for all outward and inward remittances from and to the State of Qatar.

 

International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is an international standard for identifying bank accounts (excluding credit cards).

 

The main purpose of IBAN is to facilitate the automatic processing of money transfers, to improve the speed and accuracy of your payment transactions.