Banking Institutions

Egyptian Arab Land Bank

The Egyptian Land Bank (EALB) was founded in 1880 with the goal of advancing Egypt's economy. At the time, the bank's first major objective was to contribute to the development of Egypt's agricultural sector. It provided loans to agricultural landowners in order to increase the productivity of their lands and to advance the Egyptian economy, as well as to establish communication concepts with all segments of the local community in order to activate their productive and economic resources, and to develop the construction movement and national development.

Safwa Islamic Bank

Safwa Islamic Bank seeks to be a leading banking institution by implementing the values of diversity, modernity, justice and transparency throughout all its activities. It also strives to provide excellent banking services by understanding customers' needs and providing flexible and fast solutions tailored for them.

Capital Bank

Capital Bank Group is one of the largest banking institutions operating in the Jordanian and regional markets, with assets of 4 billion Jordanian Dinars, while the total rights of its shareholders amount to nearly 400 million Jordanian Dinars.

Capital Bank Group includes Capital Bank, which was established in 1995, and since then, its business has grown to become one of the leading Jordanian banks specialized in providing integrated packages of investment and commercial banking solutions and services designed to meet the requirements of corporate and individual customers alike.

Bank of Jordan

Bank of Jordan is one of the first banks established in the country, in 1960, and it carries the name of its home. From the very beginning, the bank adopted a sustainable development and aspirational strategy in all its activities and operations. It has kept up with accelerating developments witnessed by the banking industry, both nationally and internationally.

Today, Bank of Jordan is considered one of the leading banks in the region. The bank’s shareholders' equity amounted to JD 473 million as of 31/12/2021.

Jordan Commercial Bank

Jordan Commercial Bank was established in 1977 under the name Jordan and Gulf Bank.

During 2004, the bank was restructured and its name changed to Jordan Commercial Bank with a new radical development of its business, including the establishment of a large branch network of 34 branches across the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Bank ABC Jordan

Bank ABC in Jordan (Arab Banking Corporation - Jordan) was incorporated in 1990 as a Jordanian public shareholding company. It is a member of the Bank ABC Group, MENA’s leading international bank, with Head Offices in the Kingdom of Bahrain and a solid global presence across five continents, covering countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, the Americas and Asia.

Bank ABC in Jordan performs all banking operations at its Head Office, in Amman and its branches and automatic teller machines (ATMs) located across the Kingdom of Jordan.

Jordan Ahli Bank (ahli)

As the first locally-established bank in East Jordan, back in 1955, and the 6th public shareholding company, Jordan Ahli Bank (ahli) is considered a pioneering financial institution in the Kingdom. Under its wise leadership and progressive management, the bank managed to play a major role in supporting the national economy and the local communities. ahli is also widely known for its solid corporate structure that is based on sustainability and the ability to stay in step with global developments.

Al Rajhi Bank

Founded in 1957, Al Rajhi Bank is one of the largest banks in the world by market cap and the largest in the Middle East and Saudi Arabia, with total assets of SAR 583 billion (US$ 155 billion), a paid-up capital of SAR 25 billion (US$ 6.67 billion) and an employee base of over 9,400+ associates; with over 60 years of experience in banking and trading activities.

Arab Jordan Investment Bank - AJIB

For more than four decades, Arab Jordan Investment Bank - AJIB has built a legacy of excellence and leadership as one of Jordan’s leading investment and commercial banks. As part of a long-standing commitment to excel in achieving its clients’ satisfaction, AJIB ensures that it delivers service excellence and best-inclass product offerings that meet all investment, commercial and private banking needs of its clients.

Jordan Kuwait Bank (JKB)

Jordan Kuwait Bank (JKB) is a Jordanian public shareholding company, founded in 1976 as the country’s 5th national commercial bank that has successfully evolved into a major player in the Jordanian banking system over the years with consolidated assets of US$ 4.2 Billion 

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