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Saudi Arabia's second-biggest bank is betting that government efforts to develop the entertainment industry, boost home-ownership and open up the role of women in the economy will fuel growth this year.Loan GrowthThe bank underwrote 44 percent of all new Saudi Arabian mortgages last year and growing the home finance business is its "No. 1 objective for retail banking," said Bertamini, 53, who joined Al Rajhi in 2015 .Al Rajhi, which makes most of its profit from retail banking, wants to boost its market share in corporate banking by between half and one-percentage point a year. The bank's share of corporate assets rose to 7.3 percent at the end of last year, according to the bank's own figures.
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