The bank was established in 1968 by the ruling family of Abu Dhabi.  It is the most suitable for companies set up in the UAE-  it is also possible to open accounts for other companies if documents can be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dubai.


    A personal visit by the shareholder(s) to National Bank of Abu Dhabi  (in common with all banks in the UAE) is required to open an account.

National Bank Of Abu Dhabi -  Features

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Bank opening requirements

Below is a summary list of the main requirements in order to open a bank account with National Bank Of Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Corporate documents:

A full set of  company documents:

- For companies incorporated in the UAE:- these must be the original M&A, Certificate of Incorporation and a Certificate of Incumbency.

- For companies incorporated outside the UAE – the bank requires a set of apostilled company documents, legalised by the UAE embassy and legalised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the UAE.

Business plan – we can assist with preparation of a business plan if required.

Personal documents

(For directors, shareholders and account signatories)

Passport - to be presented to the bank during the personal visit.

Recent proof of address (issued within the last 3 months) – one of the following: utility bill; bank account/credit card statement;

CV/Personal profile

Other - 6 months of bank statements of the shareholder/beneficial owner of the company  or business bank statements owned by the shareholder/beneficial owner.

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