Tunisian Saudi Bank (formerly STUSID Bank) is a universal bank created in 1981 following an agreement signed between Tunisia and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and was provided a capital of 100 million Dinars in equal shares between the Tunisian government and the Saudi government.
Started in 1981 as a development and investment company, for nearly 25 years STUSID (Société Tuniso Saoudienne d’Investissement et de Développement) was committed to the promotion and execution of major innovating projects for Tunisia, thus ensuring, its role as an active element in the support and the promotion of the partnership between Tunisia and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
In 2005, STUSID set off to extend its scope of action through the introduction of universal banking roles and started its conversion by becoming STUSID BANK. This event was a real challenge for the bank who had by then consolidated its role in supporting its customers, and had even managed to extend its field of action, to address all customer segments namely retail customers by focusing on the extension of its network of branches.
With more than 15 years of experience as a universal bank, and in a perspective of continued evolution, in 2017 STUSID BANK adopted a new name to become TSB (Tunisian Saudi Bank).
|Company Name||Tunisian Saudi Bank|
|Date of creation||30 May 1981|
|Legal structure||Société Anonyme|
|Capital||100 Million Dinars|
|General Manager||M.Nabil CHAHDOURA|
|Address||32, Rue Hédi Karray - 1082 Tunis|
|Tel.||+216 70 243 000|
|Fax||+216 71 753 233|
|Unique Identifier in the RNE||0013026E|
|Banking mediator||M. Youssef IDANI
Adress : 1, Impasse Moussa Ben Noussaier , 2037 Menzah 5
Tél/fax : 71 750 732 / GSM : 98 404 251
Membership of the bank deposit guarantee system
In accordance with the Law No. 2016-48 of July 11, 2016 and Governmental Decree No. 2017-268 of February 1, 2017 setting the rules for intervention, organization and operation of the Bank Deposit Guarantee Fund, Tunisian Saudi Bank is a member of this fund created to protect depositors by specifying the conditions for compensation in the event of possible unavailability of their deposits.