Bahrain Commercial Facilities Company B.S.C. (BCFC) Careers
About Bahrain Commercial Facilities Company B.S.C. (BCFC)
Bahrain Commercial Facilities Company B.S.C. (BCFC), was established on 29 August, 1983 as a closed joint stock company with an authorized capital of BD10,000,000 and an issued capital of BD5,000,000.
BCFC operates in different industries including financial services, automotive, insurance, and real estate businesses. The parent company popularly known as "Bahrain Credit" is specialized in providing financial facilities such as loans and credit cards services to different communities.
Diversifying its business activities in 1989, the Company acquired Honda, Pontiac and GMC dealerships in Bahrain. In March 1989, National Motor Company (W.L.L.) was established and rights to the above dealerships were transferred to it. In 1996, National Motor Company acquired the Cadillac and Chevrolet dealerships.
In 1993, BCFC became a public shareholding company, the first of its kind in Bahrain. The successful flotation of the Company’s shares in April 1993 increased the authorized capital from BD10,000,000 to BD50,000,000, and to BD 66,357,000 in 2009.