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Bahrain

Bahrain Family Business Association
Implementation of all projects, activities and programs that help to develop the family business and consolidate its situations.
Focus on Family Members problems and how to resolve them.
Maximizing the capabilities of the family business for achieving further growth and meeting all possible challenges.
Awareness of proper approach to Family Business problems.

Nurturing and looking after family businesses in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Providing required services to develop strategies and work plans ensuring growth and prosperity.
Enforcement of competitive potentialities internally and externally.
Establish in Bahrain and expand it Gulf wide.

Ground Floor
Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo
Main Building
P O Box : 304
Manama
Kingdom of Bahrain
Tel : +973 17 214988
Fax : +973 17 214987

Bahrain Management Society
Bahrain is an important business center, not only for the Gulf, but also for the Middle East.

As such, it is experiencing astonishing development and advancement. everyday we are exposed to new management theories and concepts that lead to innovation and creativity, increase in overall productivity and enhanced quality to meet the need to stay at the leading edge of competitiveness in the new global business environment.

All these challenges for change and innovation call for continuous advancement in the managerial skills. Practically, targeted progress is the aim.

Bahrain Management SocietySOCIETY
P.O. Box 3268
Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
Tel: +973 17827676
Fax: +973 17827678

Bahrain Association of Banks
The Bahrain Association of Banks (BAB) was established by a Ministerial decree in 1979, and registered under the Central Bank of Bahrain in 2010. BAB brings together banking institutions of all sizes and charters in the Kingdom of Bahrain and works towards enhancing Bahrain’s image as the financial hub of the Middle East.

Collectively providing the full range of financial services, Bahrain banks represent US$ 191.5 billion in total assets and employ over 14,000 men and women and contributes 16.7% towards Bahrain’s $32.8 billion GDP.

The mission of the Bahrain Association of Banks is to serve its members by representing and advocating the interests of the Kingdom’s banks and showcasing them as pre-eminent providers of financial services in the region. Working closely with the Central Bank of Bahrain, BAB assists it with formulating banking policy and regulation.

The Association provides an open forum where banks can come together to collectively discuss and solve their shared problems. BAB is also actively engaged in promoting banking conferences, exhibitions and seminars that bring overseas banking delegations to Bahrain and create business opportunities for all members.

In 2009 BAB launched a quarterly publication, The Bahrain Banker, which has established itself as the voice of Bahraini banking with an intentional readership. BAB publishes handbooks on a range of topics. Recent titles in the series include The Handbook of Islamic Banking & Finance and The Handbook of Retail Banking, as part of a series of such publications designed to inform a non-specialist audience. BAB also publishes a detailed analysis of Bahrain’s banks and their position in the GCC entitled the Bahrain Banks Annual Review jointly with the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance


P.O. Box 1034
Manama Kingdom of Bahrain
Tel:+973 1782 3000
Fax:+973 1782 0700

Bahrain British Business Forum
The BBBF was formed in 1995 to promote trade and investment between Bahrain and Britain in a non-discriminatory, non-political and non-profit making manner. The BBBF is widely recognised in Bahrain and the UK as a leading impartial business sector group.

The Forum works to create and sustain a favourable business environment.

The BBBF strives to assist and introduce new trade and investments to both countries that can benefit and enhance the common economic interests of our member companies.

Bahrain British Business Forum
P.O.Box : 10051
Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
Tel : +973 1781-3488, Fax : +973 1781-3489

Bahrain Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Since ancient times, Bahrain has been a key trade and geographical centre in the Arabian Gulf. In the past it was an international passage for trade caravans coming and going through the Gulf and the Mediterranean, or in other direction towards the Indian subcontinent and the Far East. Hence Bahrain was highly reputed in the transit trade.

The people of this island came to have an instinctive feel for trade, and through their practice they gained an understanding of both local and foreign trade. In 1939, the first Chamber of Commerce in the Arabian Gulf was established in Bahrain under the name of the "General Traders' Association" and continued under that name until 1945 when the name was changed to "Bahrain Chamber of Commerce". Later it was in 1967 that it acquired the present name "Bahrain Chamber of Commerce & Industry". (BCC & I).

The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry is considered one of the leading Chambers of Commerce and Industry in the region. It has kept pace with economic development in Bahrain since its inception. The Chamber has played an effective role in enhancing the importance of the role played by the private commercial and industrial sector in the country's development. Since its launch, the Chamber has also contributed to the welfare and prosperity of the society through the development and support of its commercial and economic events, as well as providing various services to such events and broadening their scope to keep up with the aims of economic development in Bahrain. The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry provides the following services: Supporting national products. Advocating the interests of members and the private sector towards the competent authorities and likewise representing them in related local, regional and international committees, bodies, and institutions and defending their interests


P.O. Box 248
Manama-Kingdom of Bahrain
Phone +973 17380000 ,
Fax +973 17380123
E-mail bcci@bcci.bh