Arab Bank’s Journey Through The MENA Region

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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 which entail Consumer Banking, Corporate and Institutional Banking and Treasury, serving individuals, corporations and other financial institutions. As one of the leading banks in the MENA region, Arab Bank plays an integral role in financing vital infrastructure projects and strategic industries throughout the region.

At the end of 2017, Arab Bank Group reported net income after tax of USD 533 million. Total Assets amounted to USD 48.2 billion and owners’ equity reached USD 8.4 billion.

Arab Bank received several international awards and recognitions from reputable international parties. Some of the notable awards in 2018 and 2017 included the award of Best Bank in the Middle East from Global Finance magazine – New York (for three consecutive years) and Bank of the Year for 2017 award from The Banker magazine (published by the Financial Times) in addition to Best Bank in the Middle East from Union of Arab Banks.

The Bank was also recognized as the Best Bank in Jordan by Global Finance, Euromoney, The Banker (published by the Financial Times), Banker Middle East, EMEA Finance and Asiamoney magazines. Arab Bank received several awards from Global Finance magazine including: Best Trade Finance Provider in the Middle East and Jordan, Best Corporate Digital Bank in Jordan, Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Jordan, Best Bank in Social Media in the Middle East, Best Consumer Digital Bank in Palestine and Egypt, Best Treasury & Cash Management Provider in Jordan and Morocco and Best Bank in Yemen.

Furthermore, the bank was awarded Best Bank for SMEs in the Middle East from Euromoney, Best FX services in the Middle East and Best Transactional Bank for Financial Institutions in the Middle East from EMEA Finance, Best Trade Finance Bank in the Middle East and North Africa from Global Trade Review magazine as well as Cash Manager of the Year from Global Investor.

Arab Bank was also recognized by the World Union of Arab Bankers as the Largest and Most Prevalent Bank for 2017.

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