Corporate Members

HSBC

HSBC Holdings is one of the world's largest banks. It has  extensive operations in the Middle East, including a 40% stake  Saudi British Bank, a subsidiary in Egypt and significant operations in the United Arab Emirates.

IQ EQ

IQ EQ provides a comprehensive range of compliance, administration, asset and advisory services to investment funds, global companies, family offices and private clients operating worldwide. 

Jelf Insurance Brokers

Jelf Insurance Brokers is a London-based firm that identifies and delivers insurance solutions for individuals and businesses. 

Jordan International Bank Plc

Jordan International Bank is a London incorporated bank that is owned by Jordan’s Housing Bank for Trade and Finance (75%) and Arab Jordan Investment Bank (25%). It focusses on personal banking, structured property finance, trade finance and treasury.

Mishcon de Reya LLP

Mishcon de Reya is a law firm that offers a wide range of legal and non-legal services to companies and individuals. It has offices in London and New York and has significant business with Middle East clients.

Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley is a global investment bank with a significant presence in London and extensive operations in the GCC and the broader Middle East.

National Bank of Egypt (UK) Limited

NBE (UK) is a London-incorporated bank and the only overseas subsidiary of National Bank of Egypt, Egypt’s biggest bank. NBE (UK) is mainly active in interbank and foreign exchange markets and the financing of international trade. 

National Bank of Kuwait International

NBK International is a full service UK authorised bank and a wholly-owned subsidiary of National Bank of Kuwait, the biggest bank in Kuwait and one of the largest in the Middle East.

ODDO BHF

ODDO BHF is an independent Fench-German financial group that is active in private wealth management, asset management and investment banking. 

Philip Ross Solicitors

Philip Ross Solicitors works with business and private clients and has a particular focus on property law and estate planning. The firm is based in London and was founded in 1946. 

Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP

PwC ‘s purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. It employs over 21,000 people including nearly 1000 partners, in more than 60 offices. It has  significant presence in the Middle East.

Qatar National Bank

Qatar National Bank is the biggest bank in the Middle East, when ranked by assets and the second biggest when ranked by equity. The bank has significant operations in Turkey and in Egypt. 

QIB (UK) Plc

QIB (UK) is London-incorporated bank and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar Islamic Bank. QIB (UK) focussed on private banking, structured real estate and treasury services.

Riyad Bank London Branch

Riyad Bank is one of Saudi Arabia’s biggest banks and one of the biggest in the Middle East. Its London branch supports the international banking needs of its clients. 

Spector Constant & Williams

Spector Constant & Williams is a law firm with exercise in real estate, dispute resolution, banking & finance, and company and commercial business. It is based in London with more than 50 partner offices across the world. 

TLT LLP

TLT is a leading UK commercial law firm that provides advice across all areas of law that can affect banks doing business in the UK or entering into lending arrangements based on English law. 

Trowers & Hamlins LLP

Trowers & Hamlins is an international law firm with offices throughout the UK, Middle East and Far East. It opened its first Middle East office in Oman in 1980 and now also has Middle East offices in Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Dubai.

VG

VG is an independent provider of fiduciary and administration solutions. It is based in Jersey and was founded in 1982. Until September 2017, it was known as the Vorlaw Group.



Corporate Members attend ABA events at heavily reduced rates and are invited to attend our exclusive ‘Corporate Members lunches’. They receive first priority when we allocate tickets to our events. They may nominate up to six members of their staff to participate in ABA activities as part of their corporate membership. We encourage corporate members to post content about their activities on our website and to be involved in our technical seminars. The fee for corporate membership is £3,500 per year.

Individual Members attend ABA events attend ABA events at reduced rates and receive priority when we allocate tickets to our events. Individual Membership is £200 per year.

Young professionals are those with fewer than seven years professional experience. They receive the same benefits as Individual Members but the membership fee is £75 per year.

This is a new membership category that is awarded by the Board of Directors to long-standing members of the Association who have now retired. There is no fee associated with this type of membership.