About BLME

Bank of London and The Middle East (“BLME”) is an independent UK bank based in London with an office in Dubai.

About BLME

We pride ourselves in being able to provide Sharia’a compliant financing solutions tailored to the needs of our clients.

Whether you are looking to invest in the UK Real Estate market, purchase equipment for your business or specialist yacht financing, we understand the importance of providing excellent service. Our team of specialists are focussed on connecting you with solutions.

BLME is the largest wholly Islamic bank in Europe specialising in Wealth Management with complementary Real Estate, Lease Finance and Trade Finance offerings.  We are committed to building long-term relationships, working with you to understand your financing and investment requirements in order to develop solutions together.

We are led by a strong management team which brings together experienced international bankers, product specialists and leading experts in Islamic finance. Our responsive relationship managers are here to listen and understand your objectives and are supported by an efficient middle and back office. As a standalone bank our decision making is centralised and agile.

In 2017 BLME was the proud recipient of the ‘Best Islamic Bank in the UK’ award by Islamic Finance News and our aim is to become the UK’s leading provider of Islamic Wealth Management solutions to the GCC. BLME is fully in compliant with the principles of Sharia’a, we pride ourselves in providing Sharia’a compliant financing solutions to our clients be they individuals, Commercial or Wholesale.

We are authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. We are registered under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, which means that our clients’ eligible accounts are protected up to the statutory limit.

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