About SICO


SICO is a leading regional asset manager, broker, and investment bank, with more than USD 1.25 bn in assets under management (AUM). Today SICO operates under a wholesale banking licence from the Central Bank of Bahrain and also oversees two wholly owned subsidiaries: an Abu Dhabi-based brokerage firm, SICO Financial Brokerage and a specialized regional custody house SICO Fund Services Company (SFS).


Headquartered in the Kingdom of Bahrain with a growing regional and international presence, SICO has a well-established track record as a trusted regional bank offering a comprehensive suite of financial solutions including asset management, brokerage, investment banking, and market making backed by a robust and experienced research team that provides regional insight and analysis of more than 90 percent of the region’s major equities.


Since inception in 1995 SICO has consistently outperformed the market and developed a solid base of institutional clients. Going forward, the bank’s continued growth will be guided by its commitments to strong corporate governance and developing trusting relationships with its clients. The bank will also continue to invest in its information technology capabilities and the human capital of its 100 exceptional employees.


Our mission is to be one of the leading GCC securities houses, offering a selective range of investment banking services,including brokerage, equity and fixed income asset management and corporate finance. We provide innovative products and services that cater to the changing investment needs of our clients, while abiding to the highest ethical and professional standards of conduct. In doing so, we are committed to maximising shareholders’ value.


SICO’s business operations and corporate relationships, and the professional and personal conduct of our team members, are governed by the following values:

  • Acting prudently and professionally
  • Upholiding transparency in all dealings
  • Pioneering new products and services
  • Maintaining a client-focused approach