Jordan Dubai Islamic Bank has opened its third branch in Jordan located in Al Madina Al Munawara Street, Amman.

Jordan Dubai Islamic Bank also revealed its plans for opening future branches including Shmeisani branch which will be launched in mid June, followed by Wihdat branch by the end of the same month, and Zarqa & Irbid branches soon after; as part of the bank’s strategic plans to have a complete network of 10 branches by year end bringing the total to 20 branches distributed throughout the kingdom within the next three years.

The first branch was opened at Jabal Amman early this year followed by Al Bayader branch which opened in March.

Sami Afghani, CEO of Jordan Dubai Islamic Bank, said: “We have announced our first dividends distribution ranging between 3.41% & 4.1% for Jordanian Dinar and 0.88% up to 1.095% for the US Dollar for the first quarter. We have also launched several products in the market since the inception of the bank; including the auto financing program and we will be announcing soon many new products and services to serve our customers’ various needs.”