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THE BOTTOM LINE WITH ELIAS ALOUF

GENERAL MANAGER

Despite a looming economic crisis, BSL BANK’s General Manager Elias Alouf is confident that Lebanon’s banking sector will weather the storm and continue to improve financial services for customers.

“I don’t think Lebanon is overbanked,” Alouf tells HOME Magazine from his office on Banks Street in Downtown Beirut. He believes that the high number of banks in such a small country creates competition thereby improving the customer’s experience. “You have around 30 active banks in Lebanon giving customers — whether depositor or borrower — the opportunity to choose which bank

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