Banking Institutions


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 of Jordan

Bank of Jordan is a pioneering bank that was established in Jordan in 1960. Since then, the bank has adopted the sustainable development and improvement approach for all its financial and banking activities and aspects. The bank escorted the accelerating developments witnessed by the Banking Industry over more than five decades both nationally and internationally.

Standard Chartered Jordan

Standard Chartered is the first bank in the Kingdom, through our acquisition of ANZ Grindlays Bank and their earlier acquisition of the “Ottoman Bank” whose operations started in 1925. With a 90 year history in Jordan, we remain deeply committed to growing and investing in our franchise. Our brand is about commitment. We’re Here for good.

Jordan Kuwait Bank

Jordan Kuwait Bank (JKB) is a Jordanian public shareholding company, founded in 1976 as the country’s fifth national commercial bank that has successfully evolved in to a major player in the Jordanian banking system over the years with consolidated assets of US$3.86 billion as at 31 December, 2016.

The Bank currently operates a domestic network of 61 branches distributed throughout Jordan in addition to four branches in Palestine and a branch in Cyprus.

Jordan Commercial Bank

Jordan Commercial Bank has been operating since 1977 under the name Jordan Gulf Bank (JGB).

In 2004, JGB was restructured and changed its identity to Jordan Commercial Bank which currently operates a total of 29 branches in Jordan and 4 branches in Palestine. Ever since, Jordan Commercial Bank has become an established bank in the region that offers a wide range of outstanding retail and corporate financial services and solutions that serve the needs of clients from various segments and age groups.

Arab Bank

Established in 1930, Arab Bank headquartered in Amman, Jordan has one of the largest global Arab banking networks with over 600 branches spanning five continents. Arab Bank’s extensive network covers key financial markets and centers such as London, Dubai, Singapore, Geneva, Paris, Frankfurt, Sydney and Bahrain.

Across its global network, the Bank provides a wide range of financial solutions through its main business lines serving individuals, corporations and other financial institutions.

The Housing Bank

The Housing Bank for Trade and Finance (HBTF) was established in 1973 as a specialized housing finance institution. In 1997, it was converted to a universal bank.

HBTF is a leading bank in Jordan. It has the largest and most widely distributed branch and ATM networks. The bank extends its comprehensive products and services for retail and corporate customers inside and outside Jordan.

Islamic International Arab Bank

Islamic International Arab Bank (IIAB) is a Public Shareholding Company established in Amman, Jordan on March 30, 1997. IIAB provides the most innovative and creative Sharia compliant financial solutions targeting retail, SME, and Corporate customers through a large number of branches and an ATMs network distributed strategically in all Governorates of Jordan. IIAB believes in the essential role of Islamic Banking for sustainable development of the economy and society by providing comprehensive Sharia compliant financial solutions and focusing on active CSR which

Bank al Etihad

Bank al Etihad, is a Jordan-based financial and banking services institution, established in 1978 as a public shareholding company, with a paid up capital of JDs 160,000,000.


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