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  • Our objective is not to become a local or regional player but rather to become an international player with a focus in the MENA region Our aim is to be able to originate and execute milestone transactions on all continents primarily for the benefit of our core client base from the GCC but Also for other clients. Our organization, our recruitment and all our actions reflect this underlying objective Our aim is to be the leader in the UAE in two years, leader in the MENA in 4 years and a major international player in 6 years

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  • Dubai Islamic Bank Investor Presentation May 2008
  • Contents Background About DIB DIB Financials Peer Group Stock Information
  • Highly Profitable Banking Sector
    • Sector comprises of 49 banks
      • 22 national/local banks; 27 foreign banks
    • Sector of strategic importance to Govt.
      • Direct/indirect govt. ownership in majority of national banks
      • Precedents available for Govt. support
    • Sector dominated by the national banks
      • Top 10 banks account for approximately 60-70% of total banking sector assets
    • Sector experiencing strong growth
    Source: UAE Central Bank
    • Islamic banking is one of the fastest growing industry segments in the Financial Services sector
    • Growth momentum, both in the Arab world and globally, estimated at 20% p.a. plus
    • Approximately 400 Islamic institutions globally with assets in excess of US$ 500 billion
    • More than US$ 20 billion in international Islamic bond issuance to date
    • Targeted regions include GCC, South Asia, South East Asia and select niche markets
    • Entry by Global Commercial/ Investment banks in this sector
    Booming Islamic Banking Market Key Players in the Islamic Banking Market in UAE / Middle East Region Existing Players New Entrants
  • Contents Background About DIB DIB Financials Peer Group Stock Information
  • Dubai Islamic Bank The World’s First Islamic Bank The largest Islamic Bank in UAE Amongst the top 4 Banks in the country Government ownership 34% Part of the Big Five Islamic Banks in the world Globally recognized Leader and Innovator in Islamic Banking Strong Domestic Franchise Nearly 600,000 retail customers 49 branches / nearly 300 ATMs, CDM
  • Rated A1 by Moody’s and A by S&P “ DIB’s ratings reflect its strong franchise as a leading Islamic Financial Institution, its relationship with the Dubai government and its satisfactory financial fundamentals”
          • “ DIB’s foreign currency issuer ratings are set at A1/Prime-1 based on the bank’s intrinsic safety and soundness and on a strong likelihood of external support from the UAE authorities and DIB’s main shareholders in case of need.”
          • “ DIB’s relationship with the Dubai government enhances its franchise”
          • “ DIB’s foreign currency issuer ratings benefit from a high degree of external support”
          • “ Increasing earning power and profitability”
          • “ DIB enjoys a good deposit base, with a lower deposit concentration than other UAE banks”
    • “ One of the World’s Top Islamic Banks; Systemically important to its domestic banking market”
    • Key Strengths:
    • “ Robust and sustainable financial performance”
    • “ Strong liquidity”
    • “ Likely government support in case of need”
    • “ Solid risk-monitoring architecture, improving asset quality”
    • Profitability: “Improved and of good quality, reflecting superior business diversification”
    A A1
  • DIB’s principal business is focused on its five core units
    • Largest business unit within DIB
    • Full range of products and services
    • Customer segments: Mass affluent, Wealth management, SME
    • One of the largest Retail customer base in UAE
    • Market leaders: Deposits products and Auto finance
    Retail & Business Banking Real Estate, Contracting Finance, Direct Equities Investment Banking Corporate Banking Treasury
    • Millennium Capital and Millennium Finance subsidiaries incorporated in Dubai International Financial Centre
    • Investment banking activities such as project finance, loan syndication, capital markets, asset management and structured finance as well as Corporate Advisory Services
    • Global leaders in Sukuk issuance: #1 in the Bloomberg league table in 2006
    • Leading provider of Real Estate Finance services in the UAE with significant role in supporting real estate developments
    • Financing to contractors in the oil, gas, power and water sectors
    • Short term equity investments in established companies and business start-ups across MENA region
    • Large & Middle Market
    • Bankers to top corporate houses in GCC
    • Financing for Trade and Manufacturing and Infrastructure
    • Cash Management capabilities
    • Foreign exchange services
    • Asset-liability management
    • Islamic derivatives
  • Dubai Islamic Bank – Strategic Agenda To be amongst the Top 3 Banks in UAE Growth drivers to be Retail, Corporate Banking & Investment Banking Leveraging on the success in Dubai to capitalize on opportunities in other Emirates Evolving from a pure banking entity to a more comprehensive Financial Services Group Diversifying DIB’s revenue streams through penetration and presence in new markets in the MENA region Continually innovate using the latest technology and product expertise leading to ease and convenience Focus on Value Growth: cross selling, new Islamic products embed cost awareness
    • Diversified portfolio both with respect to economic sectors and customer segments
    • Key economic sectors include government / public sector and real estate
      • Among the most significant Arrangers of financing for Dubai Government
    Portfolio Diversification, Business Overview Segmental Revenue; % of Total Revenue (2007) Sectorial Exposure of Financial Assets (2007)
    • Mega Deals
    • US$ 3.52 Bn Sukuk issue for Nakheel (Dubai World)
    • US$ 3.5 Bn Sukuk issue for PCFC (Govt of Dubai)
    • US$ 2 Billion Sukuk for Dubai Civil Aviation for expansion project of Dubai International Airport
    • US$ 600m Government of Malaysia Sukuk
    • US$ 600m Pakistan Sovereign Sukuk
    • US$ 550m Sukuk for Emirates Airlines
    • US$ 530m Lead Arranger for Qatar Gas II
    • Awards & Accolades (2005-’07)
    • Best Bank in UAE, 2006: The Banker
    • Best Islamic Bank in ME, 2006: Euromoney
    • Best Debt house UAE, 2005: Euromoney
    • Best Sukuk House, 2005: Euromoney
    • Award for Finance (2005): Shaikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Business Award
    • Quality Recognition Award, 2005: JP Morgan Chase
    • Banking Achievement Award for the Middle East, by Emerging Markets Publication during the IMF Conference in New York, Oct’07
    An Integral, Recognized player in the Islamic Finance sector
  • Contents Background About DIB DIB Financials Peer Group Stock Information
  • Key Financials – Trend Net Profit: USD Million
    • Maintaining robust profitability
    • About 12-fold growth in net profits over the last 5 years
    • Improved profitability attributed to both growth in core business and growth in Islamic market
    • Strong and consistent growth in total assets. Increase of 4+ times over last 5 years
    • Focus on quality and portfolio mix of assets along with aggressive growth
    Total Assets: USD Billion
  • Key Financials – Trend Total Deposits: USD Billion Total Financing: USD Billion
    • Strong and consistent growth in total deposits
    • DIB is the #3 bank in customer deposits in UAE
    • More than 4 fold growth in gross financing in 5 years
    • Well diversified and balanced portfolio, with lending to all key industry sectors
  • Key Financials – Trend ROE ROA
    • Consistent growth in ROE, in line with the top 5 banks
    • Marginal drop in 2006 attributed to increase in capital of US$906 million
    • Steady growth in ROA in last 5 years
    • Return on assets of 3.4%, in the top end among major UAE Banks
    Source: Bloomberg
  • Strong deposit base to support growth plans Customer Deposits Composition 2007 2001
  • Key Financials – Trend Cost-Income Advances to Deposits
    • Cost to Income at 40%
    • Increased due to investment in new branding, new branches, improved systems and channels
    • Healthy liquidity maintained compared to peer banks in UAE
  • Contents About Dubai, UAE About DIB DIB Financials Peer Group Stock Information
  • Domestic peer group comparison Net Profit Growth: USD Million Total Assets: USD Billion
    • Total assets among the top 5 banks in UAE
    • DIB net profits CAGR is the highest among comparable peer banks
    • Net profits among the top 3 banks in UAE
  • Domestic peer group comparison Total Deposits: USD Billion Total Financing: USD Billion
    • Total financing among the top 5 banks
    • Total deposits among top 3 banks in UAE
  • Domestic peer group comparison ROE: 2007 ROA: 2007
    • ROA among top 3 banks
    • ROE top amongst peer banks
    • Compares favorably with major banks globally
    Source: Bloomberg
  • Domestic peer group comparison Cost Income Ratio 2007 Financing to Deposit 2007
    • Most liquid amongst banks in UAE
    • Increased due to infrastructure spend, technology, new branches, and staff packages in line with the market
    Source: Bloomberg
  • Contents About Dubai, UAE About DIB DIB Financials Peer Group Stock Information
  • Key Metrics Bloomberg ID: DIB UH Equity Key Indicators: USD US$ 2.40 US$ 3.40 Current US$ 2.50 Face value for 2003, 2004 equated to $0.27/ share Source: DFM , DIB Published accounts
    • Steady growth in dividend payments to shareholders
    • 2006 and 2007 dividend includes payment of bonus through shares of 7% and 15% respectively
    Dividend payments Dividend Payment History
  • DIB Shares Share Trading on DFM
    • Highly Liquid
    • DIB capitalization as a % of total DFM: 6.9%
    • 5 th largest market capitalization
    • Percentage of DIB shares allowed to be owned by foreigners: 15%
    Source: DFM The information provided in this presentation should not be used as a substitute for any form of advice. Decisions based on this information are for your own account and risk. Although DIB attempts to provide accurate, complete and up-to-date information, which has been obtained from sources that are considered reliable, DIB makes no warranties or representations, express or implied, as to whether information provided is accurate, complete or up-to-date. YTD Mar 2008 DFM trading volume (bn) 26.34 DIB trading volume (bn) 0.81 DIB % of DFM Volume 3.07%   DFM trading value (USD Bio) $ 34.14 DIB trading value (USD Bio) $ 2.49 DIB % of DFM Value 7.29%   DFM Market Cap Value (USD Bio) $126.81 DIB Market Cap Value $8.77 DIB % of DFM Market Cap 6.91%
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