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Bank Mellat Bank Mellat is a state-owned commercial Iranian bank. Its name means "Bank of the Nation". Bank Mellat was established in 1980, with a paid of capital of Rls 33.5bn as a merger of ten pre-revolution private banks comprising: Tehran, Dariush, Pars, Etebarat Taavoni & Tozie, Iran & Arab, Bein-al-melalie-Iran, Omran, Bimeh Iran, Tejarat Khareji Iran and Farhangian. Currently, the bank's capital amounts to Rls 13,100bn and is one of the largest commercial banks in the Islamic Republic of Iran, ranking among the top 1000 banks of the world. The Bank Mellat London branch was merged with the Bank Tejarat branch to form Persia International Bank PLC. The United States Department of the Treasury has mentioned Bank Mellat and Persia International in their latest watchlist of Iranian Banks whom maybe trading in violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1803.
Bank Melli Iran Bank Melli Iran (Persian: بانک ملی ایران) (BMI), also called the National Bank of Iran, is the first national Iranian bank. The bank was established in 1927 by the order of Majlis (the Iranian Parliament) and since then has consistently been one of the most influential Iranian banks.
BMI was established in 1927 to provide banking services to the Iranian government, local businesses and ordinary people. In 1931 the Iranian Majlis authorized the bank to print and distribute the Iranian currency Rial. BMI acted as the central bank of Iran until Bank Markazi was established in 1960, after which all of its central banking responsibilities were transferred to the new central bank. Over the past 80 years, BMI has grown to become a large retail bank with several domestic and international branches. BMI opened its first foreign branch in Hamburg, Germany in 1965. BMI is now the largest commercial retail bank in Iran with over 3300 branches and 43,000 employees.
Bank Refah Kargaran Bank Refah Kargaran, also known as Bank Refah بانك رفاه, is one of Iran's major state owned banks. Bank Refah, with its headquarters in Tehran, Iran, is a retail commercial bank owned and controlled by Iran's Ministry of Welfare and Social Affairs. Bank Refah provides a full range of products and services to more than a million clients. Its SWIFT address is REFAIRTH.
Bank Saderat Iran Bank Saderat Iran is an Iranian Bank. Its name means "the Export Bank of Iran". Bank Saderat Iran (BSI ) was founded by the prominent Mofarrah and Bolurforushan families, commenced operation on 13 November 1952 with a board of three directors and 20 employees. It quickly became the largest privately owned bank in the region with branches in Hamburg, Paris, London and New York. As of 2006, it operates 3,248 branches. On 7 June 1979 , after the revolution, all Iranian private banks were nationalized and became state-owned. In 1980, branches and sub-branches of BSI in the Iranian provinces were turned into independent banks, named Bank Saderat Ostan (province). Today, BSI has 29 owned provincial bank subsidiaries and over 200 affiliated companies, supervised by Ghadir Investment Company. Iranian banks are administered on the basis of a law passed by the Islamic Revolution Council on 25 September 1979 , and the provisions of its Articles of Association. On September 9, 2006, the bank was blacklisted by the United States because it allegedly transfers money to terrorist organizations. According to the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bank Saderat is used by the Government of Iran to transfer money to what the US considers to be terrorist organizations, including Hezbollah, Hamas, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Under the current Iranian Transactions Regulations (31 CFR Part 560), U.S. banks may process certain funds transfers involving an Iranian bank, such as transfers for authorized or exempt transactions and "U-turn" transactions. U-turn transactions allow U.S. banks to process payments involving Iran that begin and end with a non-Iranian foreign bank. Bank Saderat will not be able to participate in any transfers involving U.S. banks, effective from the date that the amendment to the regulations is filed with the U.S. Federal Register. By prohibiting U-turn and all other transactions with Bank Saderat, the bank is denied all direct and indirect access to the U.S. financial system.
Bank Sepah The first Iranian bank, Bank Sepah was established in 1925 (corresponding to 1304 in the Iranian Calendar); its first branch, in Rasht, opened in 1925. The bank also has branches in Frankfurt, Paris and Rome as well as a wholly owned subsidiary, Bank Sepah International plc which operates in the UK. "Sepah" is the poetic Persian rendering for "Army". The Bank was named so because its opening capital was provided by the Army Pension Fund.
Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran The Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Persian: بانک مرکزی جمهوری اسلامی ايران, Bank Markazi Jomhouri Islami Iran) is the central bank of Iran. The Ilkhanate were one of the rulers of Iran that tried to introduce paper currency in Iran in the late 13th century, without success. In modern banking, the British first opened the Imperial Bank of Persia in 1889, with offices in all major cities of Persia and India. To compete with the British bank, Imperial Russia also opened the Russian Loan and Development Bank. The first state owned Iranian bank, Bank Melli Iran was established in 1927 by the government of Iran. The bank's primary objective was to facilitate government's financial transactions and to print and distribute the Iranian currency (rial and toman). For more than 33 years, Bank Melli Iran was acting as the central bank of Iran with the responsibility to maintain the value of Iranian Rial. In August 1960, the Iranian government established the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) and separated all central banking responsibilities from Bank Melli Iran and assigned it to the newly formed central bank. The Central Bank of Iran was renamed to the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran immediately after the Islamic revolution and the overthrow of the Shah of Iran. Scope and responsibilities of the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran (CBI) have been defined in the Monetary and Banking Law of Iran. CBI maintains a museum of historic and ancient jewelry owned and used by the ex-kings of Persia. This museum houses the Imperial Crown Jewels and is one of the most appealing tourist attractions in Iran.
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Sanat va Madan bank Sanat va Madan Bank ("Bank of Industry and Mines" in Persian language) is located in Tehran, Iran. It endeavours to increase economic growth through the development of industry and mining. Its purpose is to be an economic enterprise, providing banking facilities, development and investment in order to advance Iran’s economy. It aims to promote the participation of the private sector in the fields of industry, mining, modern technologies and their associated services.
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