RAKBANK, also known as the National Bank of Ras Al Khaimah (P.J.S.C), is one of the oldest and most dynamic banks in the UAE. Founded in 1976, the Bank underwent a major transformation in 2001, with a shift in focus from Corporate Banking to Personal and Business Banking.
Today, the Bank offers a wide range of personal and business banking services throughout its 38 branches and its portfolio of electronic banking solutions, which include Telephone and Digital Banking. It also offers Sharia-compliant personal and business banking services via its Islamic Banking unit, RAKislamic.
RAKBANK is a public joint stock company, headquartered in the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, in the UAE. Its Head Office is situated in the RAKBANK Building on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road in Ras Al Khaimah. The Bank is 52.76% owned by the Government of Ras Al-Khaimah and its shares are publicly traded on ADX.
RAKBANK is a proud member of the UAE Banking Federation (UBF) and as such, abides by the UBF stipulated, Customer Charter for all member banks. We concur with the Customer Charter to promote trust and best practices across financial services industry, providing customers with clear guidelines about the standard of service they can expect from their banks.
Board of Directors
|H.E. Mohamed Omran Alshamsi||Chairman||U.A.E|
|H.E. Sheikh Salem Bin Sultan Al Qasimi||Member||U.A.E|
|Mr. Salem Ali Al Sharhan||Member||U.A.E|
|Mr. Ahmed Essa Al Naeem||Member||U.A.E|
|Mr. Ahmad Abdulkarim Julfar||Member||U.A.E|
|Mr. Allan Griffiths||Member||Australia|
|Mr. Rajan Khetarpal||Member||India|
The USA PATRIOT Act was approved by US Congress. As a part of implementation the US Department of the Treasury requires Covered Financial Institutions to obtain certain information from Foreign Banks for which they maintain correspondent accounts in the United States.
Please click below for The National Bank of Ras Al Khaimah (P.J.S.C). Global Certification Regarding Correspondent Accounts for Foreign Banks. The certificate will be updated from time to time, as required, to reflect changes to Appendix I to the certificate.