Microfinance & Loan Companies

Al-Namothajiah for Islamic Microfinance Company

Al-Namothajiah for Islamic Microfinance Company was established in 2013 as a non-profit limited liability company owned by the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development and was incorporated under the Central Bank of Jordan in 2018.

It’s worth noting that the company is specialized in financing and supporting small and micro projects, by providing financing products that are compatible with the provisions of Islamic Sharia

Vitas Jordan

Vitas Jordan is a well-established microfinance company operating in Jordan for over 20 years and is part of Vitas group.

It is one of the leading companies in the microfinance and SME sector, operating under the umbrella of CBJ and is prominent for contributing to the social and economic growth of the local economy. It serves with an endless goal to make a positive difference in the lives of people.

Microfund for Women

Microfund for Women (MFW) is Jordan’s first and largest Non-for-Profit Private Shareholding Company.

The organization is dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs, and women in particular, through an array of financial and non-financial services designed to support their businesses and livelihoods while helping them achieve financial Inclusion. Founded in 1994, MFW was one of the first MFIs to be licensed by the Central Bank of Jordan, receiving its licensing in 2018.

Ahli Microfinance Company (AMC)

Ahli Microfinance Company (AMC) is a wholly owned subsidiary company of Jordan Ahli Bank, established in July 1999, and it is the first microfinance company in the private sector in Jordan.

Ahli Microfinance Company (AMC) was established to offer credit facilities to micro and small businesses, supporting the march towards economic and social development in the whole Kingdom.

Till today, AMC has provided more than JD 219 million worth of loans with a total number of 261,000 clients through 27 branches.

Tamweelcom (Jordan Micro Finance Company)

Tamweelcom (Jordan Microfinance Company) started with JOD 30,000, five employees, and one branch in 1999; with the purpose of elevating employment rates, fostering socioeconomic advancement and empowering low-income individuals within Jordan.

Today Tamweelcom, and after many milestones, is a JOD 55 million portfolio, serving around 88,000 clients and enterprises through over 500 employees spread across a network of 39 branches.

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