Bank Al-Sharq is one of the latest comers to the Syrian banking market having opened its doors only in 2009.


Arabia Insurance Syria is the Syrian subsidiary of Arabia Insurance Sal, a Lebanese insurance firm, which is part of the Arab Bank Group.


Arab Union Reinsurance Company was established in 1974 as a joint-venture between the three Governments of Syria, Libya and Egypt, which formed at the time a union called the Arab Union Republics.

Adir Syria is the Syrian subsidiary of Lebanon’s Adir Insurance, itself part of the Byblos Bank Group.
Arope Syria is the Syrian affiliate of Arope Insurance Sal, a Lebanese insurance company part of the BLOM Group.

The Social Security Organization is a state-owned institution that provides cover against work injuries as well as retirement benefits to civil servants and private sector employees.


Global One Financial Investments is a financial intermediary established by United Financial Investment of Jordan and a group of Syrian investors based in Aleppo.


Through a strategic partnership with Orion Group, the Syrian Financial Group (SFG) provides trading solutions and corporate finance advisory services to private and institutional investors in the Levant countries as well as Turkey, with a strong network in the banking industry in the Middle Eastern Region.


Murabaha Capital is an investment firm specializing in business advisory services, corporate finance, asset management, and research.

Dakkak Group's mission is to improve, evolve, and innovate in the field of polyurethane manufacturing.

Originally named the Post Savings Bank, the Savings Bank is entirely owned by the Syrian Government.

Al-Wataniya Microfinance Bank is a venture by the Syria Trust for Development and other local partners: the Syrian Computer Society and the Public Agency for Employment and Enterprise Development.

United Insurance Company was in 2006 the first private insurance company to open its doors in Syria after forty years of state monopoly.


Arab Bank Syria is the local affiliate of the Arab Bank Group, one of the largest financial institutions in the Arab world.


Syria Gulf Bank became in 2006 the seventh private bank to receive a banking license in Syria and the first whose leading shareholders came from Gulf countries after four Lebanese-led and two Jordanian-led banks started operations.


Established in 2010 under a special Presidential decree, Ibdaa Bank was the last microfinance bank to open in Syria before the beginning of the uprising.