Their bank was originally licensed in Lebanon on 1962. In 1973 it was taken over by Credit Suisse, Zurich which controlled 99.01 percent of shares under the name of Credit Suisse (Moyen-Orient) SAL – Those same shares were acquired in 1988 by a group of prominent businessmen and bankers headed by their current chairman to become Lebanese Swiss Bank sal.

Seeking to be spread on the Lebanese territory and to be closer to its clientele, the bank started from two branches in 1988 and grew to its current network of actual branches and ATMs in order to be conveniently accessible locally all while maintaining and growing a long list of international correspondent banks.

Mission Statement
Lebanese Swiss Bank SAL aims to provide customized quality banking and financial services to its customers while adopting active ways to promote development in all the areas where they operate.

They believe that a sound banking relationship is built on Integrity and sincerity by being flexible enough to accommodate the different needs of their clientele with full confidence, yet being solid enough to back them up.

Their vision is to develop a strong, efficient and profitable financial institution with a growing share of the market, providing a diversified and customized range of products and quality services to a growing clientele across the country, and be counted among the top private banks in Lebanon.

  • Operating Hours:
    Monday - Saturday: 08:00 - 14:00
Lebanese Swiss Bank

Addresses and Contacts

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    Nijmeh Square Downtown Tel.: +9611971763
    Tel.: +9611971762
    Tel.: +9611971761

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    Emile Edde St. Hamra Tel.: +9611346265
    Tel.: +9611354501
    Tel.: +9611346244



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