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Bank of Jordan

 

Bank of Jordan

Bank of Jordan
Public
Traded as ASE
Industry Banking, Financial services
Predecessor Public shareholding
Founded 1960
Headquarters Amman, Jordan
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Shaker Fakhouri
(chairman)
Products consumer banking, corporate banking, SME banking, investment banking, Leasing
Website http://bankofjordan.com

The Bank of Jordan is a bank in Jordan where it is the second largest financial institute. It was founded in 1960 and is based in Amman. The Bank of Jordan offers credit cards and Internet banking. It operates over 60 bank branches in Jordan and 8 branches in the West Bank and Gaza Strip areas, and over 60 automated teller machines.

The bank's stock is listed on the Amman Stock Exchange's ASE Weighted Index.

External links

  • Bank of Jordan official site, in Arabic and English

One of the most important departments in bank of Jordan is the central trade services department which called in other banks " trade finance department" here where the bank gives its clients some services such as guarantees , letter of credit transfers and many other important services , its where companies even if they were small or big they can benefit of this services.

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