Thursday 24 Apr 2014
A Brief Look
   As per the contents of Article 1 of Articles of Association of the Bank, approved in the General Assembly of Banks, Bank Mellat started its activity in 1980 by merging of 10 private banks (Dariush, Tehran, Pars, Etebarat Taavoni& Tozie, Iran & Arab, Bein-al-melalie-Iran, Omran, Bimeh-Iran, Tejarat Khareji Iran and Farhangian) and the at the present time it is active enjoying more than 1800 branches all over Iran and other branches in Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara in Turkey, Seoul in South Korea, Yerevan in Armenia, London and Dubai (Persia Bank) and a percentage of the Share of  Europaisch-Iranische Handelsbank.

A Brief Look at Bank Mellat
The objective of the bank is rendering bank services throughout Iran and facilitating domestic and foreign commercial affairs and involving in production fields to render services to the economy of Iran.continue ...
Message from the Chairman

  Message from the Chairman & Managing Director
As one of the largest banks of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Bank Mellat, relying on its competent human resources and deploying software and hardware infrastructures, has proved as a competitive bank in the banking industry arena.
 Ranking the first among the domestic commercial banks in terms of growth in total resources and four core deposits; stabilizing the position as the second bank of the country, developing information technology and electronic banking, creating value adding products for the key customers, increasing market share in the foreign exchange and international banking areas, and contribution in the large-scale projects  are among the brilliant achievements of Bank Mellat.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Dr.Ali Divandari 


Bank Mellat was established on 1979/12/20 by virtue of the resolution dated 1979/9/29 adopted by the General Assembly of Banks and pursuant to the provision of article 17 of the Bill on administering the Banks, with a paid up capital of Rls 33.5 bn as a merger of ten pre-revolution private banks comprising: Tehran, Dariush, Pars, Etebarat Taavoni& Tozie, Iran& Arab, Bein-al-melalie-Iran, Omran, Bimeh Iran, Tejarat Khareji Iran and Farhangian.Continue...

Ethical Charter

The Ethical CharterBank:
Bank Mellat is honored to have devised its ethical charter as the first bank of the state and the managers and staff took the oath in a congregational meeting.
The charter includes outstanding humane ethical traits which should be observed by the staff in the process of rendering services to the public.
In the oath-taking ceremony all the participants unanimously swore to each and every article of the charter and pledged to remember its principles and always assay their behavior and performance with its touchstone.Countinue...



Public Statement of Bank Mellat on the
US Treasury Action on Designating FEE Bank and Bank Mellats Chairman
The US Treasury Department recently announced another baseless sanction against the First East Export Bank PLC (FEEB), a subsidiary of Bank Mellat, and Bank Mellat’s Chairman. In defying this unilateral sanction imposed based on groundless allegations, hereby Bank Mellat officially declares:
- The Statement, despite the most obvious drafting norms and practices; using updated information, introduces Bank Mellat as a state-owned bank which emanates from lack of credible sources.continue...


€ 1,000,000,000 Pars Oil and Gas Company Participation Bonds, 8 Percent per annum, Due 2013 – First Tranche
Pars Oil and Gas Company "POGC", an affiliated company of National Iranian Oil Company "NIOC", is in charge of the development of Iranian offshore gas fields of South Pars, Golshan and Ferdowsi, and North Pars. South Pars is one of the largest single non-associated gas reservoirs having more than 8 percent of the world proven gas reserves and in excess of 19 billion barrels of condensate in place. Continue...


UK Supreme Court quashes sanctions on Iranian commercial bank

  It was a historic win on a controversial case. In October 2009, the British government - with the approval of parliament - slapped sanctions on an Iranian commercial bank, Bank Mellat. The Bank then took the government to court.

After several failed appeals, it took the case to the highest court of the land - the Supreme Court, which issued a judgment on the issue on Wednesday morning. continue...

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