ANB is a major participant in the local inter-bank market, playing an active role in market making activities in the SAR money market and has also been active in trading and structuring off-balance sheet products.

In addition, ANB’s foreign exchange inter-bank desk has successfully captured a significant market share of the regional inter-bank foreign exchange flows.

Saudi Government Development Bonds (SGDB)

  • Maturities from 2 to 10 years.
  • Issued by SAMA (Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency) on a monthly basis for a period of 2, 5, 7 and 10 years.
  • Fixed earnings paid semi-annually.
  • Liquid negotiable assets.
  • Exempt from Zakat.
  • Tradable in the secondary market.
  • Attractive medium term investment opportunity.
  • Secure guaranteed return over a fixed period, normally higher than money market deposits SGDBs require a minimum investment of SR 50,000.

Government Issued Floating rate Notes and Bills

  • Issued by SAMA on a weekly basis.
  • Maturities from 4 weeks to 1 year.
  • Tradable alternative to money market deposits.

Foreign Exchange Markets

  • Local SAR market – Both Spot and Forward.
  • Regional currencies market – GCC Currencies.
  • Major Foreign Currency pairs and Cross Currency pairs.

Money markets - Deposits and Placements

  • Local SAR market.
  • Regional currencies market – GCC Currencies.
  • Major Foreign Currencies.

Derivative markets

  • Local SAR Market – Interest rate Swaps (IRS’s).
  • Major Foreign Currencies - Interest rate Swaps (IRS’s).
  • Major Foreign Currency Pairs – Foreign Exchange Options.