Fastest Growing Banks in Pakistan

JS Bank Limited is one of Pakistan's fastest growing and upcoming banks. It has seen some robust performance, successfully earning a net profit of Rs.122.57 million for the period ended September 30, 2008. The Bank received an award for the 'Best Communications Campaign by a Conventional Bank' as part of the Pakistan Banking Awards. The Awards were given by the Khaleej Times which is one of the most prominent daily newspapers in the UAE and is also one of most widely quoted news-sources in the South Asia and Middle East region.

NIB Bank is the fastest growing financial power house in Pakistan. The bank started operations in October 2003 with paid up capital of Rs. 1.2bn with amalgamation of NDLC and of IFIC's Pakistan operations and their assets & Liabilities, and subsequently those of Credit Agricole Indosuez Pakistan in April 2004. NIB business units include: Retail Banking and Transaction Banking; Small Medium Enterprises and Commercial Banking Group; Corporate and Investment Banking Group / Financial Institutions; Treasury of Capital Market Group.

Meezan Bank Limited is the first and largest Islamic Bank in Pakistan and one of the fastest growing banks in the history of the banking sector of the country. Having the largest branch network and product range, Meezan Bank bears the critical responsibility of leading the way forward in establishing a stable and dynamic Islamic banking system replete with dynamic and cutting-edge products and services.

Standard Chartered is the largest and fastest growing International Bank in Pakistan. It has been operating in Pakistan since 1863 when it first established its operations in Karachi. Standard Chartered Pakistan is the first international bank to get an Islamic Banking license and to open the first Islamic Banking branch in Pakistan.

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