About us

Corporate Profile

“We view ourselves as entrepreneurs serving entrepreneurs. We evaluate the special aspects of each client's situation and respond with relevant solutions and tangible added value”

Founded in 1994 and regulated by Banque du Liban (BDL) since 1996 as a financial institution, FFA has become over the years one of Lebanon’s leading investment firms in the fields of capital markets and wealth management.
In 2007, FFA was granted a specialized bank license, increased its capital and changed its name to FFA Private Bank. Today, FFA Private Bank Group operates from its headquarters in Beirut and in Dubai (DIFC) and is one of the region’s leading specialized banks with a consolidated shareholders’ equity in excess of USD 40 million and over USD 1 billion in total assets under management.


Services across disciplines

Our unique business model enables us to offer a range of services regarding all matters pertaining to client’s assets and taking into account the interactions between corporate and private assets.

In this framework, we specialize in 7 key activities:

A focus on specific
customer segments

Our services address:

  • Affluent individuals and their families, holders of major assets that they wish to preserve and grow for coming generations.
  • Banks and financial institutions.
  • Private companies looking for alternative ways to raise capital.
  • Real estate investors interested in taking part in promising developments.

Close client relationships

The term “Private Bank” reflects our commitment to a certain style of banking. Under this scheme, we engage in an ongoing, long-term relationship with our clients, ensuring that each one of them receives truly exceptional service and personalized attention.

Collaboration across teams

Our services are delivered through distinct divisions, each with its own area of expertise but linked by the same values. Our clear and flexible structure enables us to bring together our communal know-how’s, so that our clients can benefit from the different facets of our organization.



The strengths inherent to
compact structures

  • Our human size promotes team spirit and a constant exchange of information between divisions.
  • The Bank’s decision makers are directly involved in the day-to-day contacts with clients.
  • Our independence means that we can select the most performing investment vehicles out of the vast array of financial products available on the international markets.