Banking Institutions

Citibank N.A

Citibank N.A. branch was established in Jordan in 1974. Its main branch is located in the Shmeisani area.

Citi is a leading provider of financial products and services including Banking Capital Markets Advisory, Treasury services, Commercial Banking and Trade and Transaction Services. It was the first financial institution in Jordan to offer CitiDirect, an electronic banking platform for corporations.

Societe Generale de Banque - Jordanie (SGBJ)

Prior to COVID19, banks were evolving at a rapid pace, driven by changing customer expectations, heightened competition, squeezed margins, tighter regulations and advancements in technology. The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation to meet changes in customer behavior,making this imperative more urgent than ever before. Moreover, banks played an important social role in this time of crisis, thanks to the temporary support measures that were introduced by CBJ. The Jordanian banking system remains sound and stable.

Jordan Commercial Bank

Jordan Commercial Bank was originally established in 1977 under the name Jordan-Gulf Bank (JGB).

In 2004, JGB went through a major restructuring effort that touched all aspects of its operations administratively and financially and its name was changed to Jordan Commercial Bank. The bank currently conducts its business via 35 branches in Jordan.

Jordan Commercial Bank offers its corporate, retail, and investment clients with customized high quality competitively priced financial solutions.

BLOM BANK

BLOM BANK is a leading Lebanese bank which has repeatedly and unanimously been selected as the Best Bank in Lebanon, by the most recognized regional and international institutions.

Its successful business operations are based on a universal banking model that includes Commercial Banking, Corporate Banking, Private Banking, Investment Banking, Asset and Wealth Management, Retail Banking, Islamic Banking, Capital Market Services, and Insurance Products and Services.

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 in 15 countries 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 Jordan.

Jordan Islamic bank

Jordan Islamic Bank (JIB) was established in 1978, as a public shareholding limited company and the first branch began its work on 22/9/1979. The bank's transactions and contracts are subject to the supervision of a Sharia Board composed of specialized Shari’a scholars. Its banking operations are regulated by the Central Bank of Jordan and the bank is working to deepen and develop the principles of corporate governance, develop risk management and continue to apply the requirements of Basel III.

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

Al Rajhi Bank is the largest Islamic bank in the world, founded in 1957.

Al Rajhi Bank continues to develop banking programs and projects, with a focus on the latest customer centric services and investment products, in order to offer innovative banking and investment services; especially digital banking.

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.

Standard Chartered Jordan

Standard Chartered is the first bank in the Kingdom, through its acquisition of ANZ Grindlays Bank and its earlier acquisition of the “Ottoman Bank” whose operations started in 1925. With a 94 year history in Jordan, Standard Chartered remains deeply committed to growing and investing in its franchise. The bank’s heritage and values are expressed in its brand promise – Here for good.

Social Media