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The Housing Bank for Trade and Finance  
The Housing Bank for Trade and Finance was established in 1973 as a public shareholding limited company to provide housing finance. The banks mission is to provide innovated banking services of high quality to our retail and corporate customers, which meet their needs and exceed their expectations, in line with the latest developments in international financial & banking markets.

Arab Bank  
Today we have a presence in every Arab country in which private sector banking services are permitted, a global network of more than 400 branches and offices on five continents and we are still growing. For your convenience, Arab Bank offers a range of direct banking services covering Internet Banking (Arabi Online), Phone Banking (Hala Arabi), SMS Banking and ATM Banking.

Arab Banking Corporation (Jordan)  
ABC SMSBanking is a technologically advanced, free e-Banking service that enables clients to access their bank accounts, and manage transactions remotely conveniently, securely, and around the clock in a timely manner, through sent and received (pull and push) short message service. The Bank's mission is to enhance the image of the Arab Banking Corporation Group as the largest Arab international bank and assume an effective role in the Jordanian market and to provide high quality banking services that fulfill the various needs of our customers.

Arab Jordan Investment Bank  
AJIB was founded on February 2nd, 1978 to become the first investment bank in Jordan. AJIB was originally founded by Jordanian individuals (50%) and the remainder by Jordanian and other Arab financial institutions. The bank's network of branches cover the main cities in Jordan with an International Banking Unit in Limassol - Cyprus. The bank's network of branches covers the main cities in Jordan along with an international banking unit in Limassol-Cyprus, as well as a representative office in Tripoli-Libya. The bank has also established Arab Jordan Investment Bank (Qatar) L.L.C. As a fully owned subsidiary in Qatar Financial Centre, “QFC”, Doha-Qatar, and was officially inaugurated in 2006. The United Arab Jordan Company for Investment and financial Brokerage, which is also a wholly owned subsidiary operating in the Amman stock Exchange (ASE) which itself has a majority owned subsidiary, The Arab Advisors Group, which is the leading research company in the Arab world.

Bank of Jordan  
Bank of Jordan's mission is to build long-lasting relationship with our customer, increase shareholders returns and contribute to the development of society through offering comprehensive financial solutions via efficient and affective service channels and a modern working environment that encompasses a competent employees. Bank of Jordan's vision is to be a pioneer in offering quality products and services and inclusive financial solutions, and to occupy a leading position in Arab Region.

Egyptian Arab Land Bank  
Through more than 125 years .. Completion, able EALB, lay Tkalida ancient banking, since its inception by the decision built on February 15, 1880, The decision, establish a joint stock company under the name of the Egyptian Land Bank, which launched its first major contribution to the development sector Egyptian farming, through the provision of loans to owners of agricultural land, to improve the productivity of their land, and advancing the Egyptian economy, and the concepts of communication with all segments of the community, to activate their productivity and economic, development, construction and national development.

Jordan Kuwait Bank  
The Bank's mission is to provide the highest level of quality banking and financial services to its clients. The Bank had to invest heavily in modern computers and equipment, and reached to the point where all its banking activities are automated and the latest technology of the time is used such as: On-line stock trading / Real time inter-branch communications, Banking Via SMS, SWIFT, ATMs, Phone banking, Internet banking & Mobile banking.

Cairo Amman bank  
CAB offers a wide range of banking, commercial, investment and individual services. Throughout the years, the bank conducted a number of pioneering projects such as funding and giving loans to the less fortunate, providing personal loans through transferring salaries in addition to investment services, credit cards and rapid money transfers-Western Union. All CAB's strategies and plans are created and prepared with one goal in mind: Empowering the Jordanian economy and improving the lives of citizens.

Standard Chartered Bank (Jordan)  
Standard Chartered operates in many of the world's fastest growing markets, and derives over 90 per cent of its profits from the emerging trade corridors of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Known and trusted for our high standards of corporate responsibility, we are committed to building a sustainable business through social inclusion, environmental protection and good governance. We want to be recognised across Asia, Africa and the Middle East for delivering a sustainable business and to lead by example in our markets


MEIB was established in 1965. In October 1999, SGBL, (a Lebanese affiliate of Société Générale Group), bought 37.5% of its shares with an option to increase its participation up to 51%, and thus the bank became member of Société Générale Group. MEIB was established in 1965. In October 1999, SGBL, (a Lebanese affiliate of Société Générale Group), bought 37.5% of its shares with an option to increase its participation up to 51%, and thus the bank became member of Société Générale Group. SGBJ is part of the international network of Société Générale Group, which operates in France since 1864 through 2 600 branches and in 75 countries worldwide through more than 500 business sites.

Jordan Commercial Bank  
The Jordan Commercial Bank was originally established in 1977 under the name Jordan-Gulf Bank, which changed in 2004 after it was completely restructured and its entire management team was replaced. The bank currently conducts its business via 25 branches in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and three branches in Palestine. Jordan Commercial Bank's vision is to build Develop the Jordan Commercial Bank into a leading private financial institution in Jordan through acquiring the most advanced, secured, and best products and services set according with best banking practices.

Jordan Investment and Finance Bank  
To commit our resources to serve the business community locally and internationally by providing comprehensive banking solutions while utilizing technology to meet the international standards, friendly environment with high quality services.

Jordan Ahli Bank JAB  
Jordan Ahli Bank (previously Jordan National Bank) is a leading Jordanian institution, with a steeped national history & heritage. Jordan Ahli Bank was established in 1955. Ahli Bank was the first national bank to be established in East Jordan. Ahli Bank was the sixth public shareholding company to be established in the kingdom. First founders: Yousef Mouasher, Suleiman Sukkar. Initial capital upon establishment: JD 350,000. Today, regional presence in Lebanon, Palestine, Cyprus, and 19% stake in JIB (London).

Union Bank for Saving & Investment  
Union Bank for Saving & Investment offers its corporate clients a wide range of services that support the entire commercial cycle. It provides its clients with the opportunity to choose from various methods for financing projects (medium & long term), ranging from the simple discounted bills, to loans in gold and other foreign currencies to the more sophisticated cash flow finance and syndicated loans. Clients are also able to take advantage of our experienced trade finance team for all their trade needs.

Islamic International Arab Bank PLC  
The Islamic International Arab Bank commenced its banking operations in accordance with Islamic Sharia rules on the twelfth day of Shawal 1418 AH, corresponding to 9 February 1998, to meet the growing demand for Islamic banking services and products. The Islamic International Arab Bank was established in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as a public shareholding company in accordance with the companies Law of 1989 and the company was registered in the Register of Public Shareholding companies under No. 327 on 30 March 1997.

Jordan Islamic Bank for Finance and Investment  
Since its establishment, the Bank succeeded in maintaining its growth momentum and in establishing itself as one of the leading banks in Jordan by providing all kinds of banking and investment services to its clients in accordance with the provisions of Islamic Sharia, which applies a concept of economy different from the conventional concept especially with respect to the role of money.

CitiBank (Jordan)  
Citibank N.A., Amman, Jordan (a Branch of Citibank; a member of Citigroup) was established in 1974 and is a fully licensed commercial bank in Jordan having two branches in the capital city, Amman. Citibank Jordan today has a total of 58 employees, and is responsible for Citibank's business in Jordan, Syria and the Palestine National Authority. Citibank is the only commercial US bank in the country and the only global foreign bank with senior local management.

HSBC Bank Middle East  
In the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the HSBC Group is represented by HSBC Bank Middle East Limited, the largest and most widely represented international bank in the Middle East. HSBC has been voted 'Best Wealth Management Initiative' in the GCC for its HSBC Premier service by readers of The Banker Middle East magazine. A principal member of the HSBC Group since 1959, the bank's unique relationship with the Middle East dates back more than a century. Founded in London in 1889, it pioneered banking in the region and for decades was the only bank committed to supporting the area.

National Bank of Kuwait  
NBK was the first national bank in Kuwait and the entire Arabian Gulf region. All the board members and the founders of NBK were renowned merchants of Kuwaiti origin. NBK was established with a capital of 13,100 shares, each valued 1,000 Rupee equivalent to KD 75 today. Over the years NBK has proved itself to be a financial leader in the Arab world.

Banque Audi / sardar Audi Group  
Bank Audi’s heritage rests on 175 years of banking tradition and experience. The origins of the Bank are rooted in Sidon, South Lebanon, when Hanna Audi inherited his father's exchange business in 1830. However, it was not until 1938 that the first branch of the Bank was established in Beirut. In 1962, the Bank was incorporated under its present form and was named "Banque Audi sal", and its shareholders' base was opened up, for the first time, to Lebanese and Arab nationals.

Blom Bank  
The Bank renamed all its affiliated banks to place them all under the BLOM BANK umbrella as such, Banque Banorabe became BLOM BANK FRANCE and Banque Banorient (Suisse) was renamed as BLOM BANK (SWITZERLAND). BLOM BANK inaugurated 3 new branches in Lebanon; Mansourieh, Zouk Mousbieh and a Retail Branch in Verdun. It opened as well two new branches in Jordan , Wahadat and Soueifieh branches.