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Arab Bank has recently opened the North Hashmi Branch in its new location on Al Batha Street – Complex 19. The opening comes as part of the bank’s strategy to reinforce its branch network in the Kingdom and provide its customers with banking services that are in line with their needs and expectations.

Commenting on the branch opening, Head of Consumer Banking at Arab Bank – Jordan, Mr. Yacoub Matouk, stated: "The opening of North Hashmi branch in its new location comes as part of Arab Bank’s strategy to reinforce its branch network across the Kingdom and to connect with its customers at various locations.” He added: “The new branch offers a host of comprehensive banking services and it has been equipped with the latest banking systems and technologies that guarantee the highest standards of customer services.”

The new branch offers alongside the usual banking services, a wide range of services to “Arabi Premium” program customers through dedicated relationship manager, and an ATM that provides a range of banking services with utmost flexibility and security, including cash withdrawal in JOD and USD with double the daily limit, the ability to deposit cheques in JOD instantly, cash deposit in JOD and USD, and many more.

It is worth mentioning that Arab Bank also offers a host of digital banking solutions and services through its “Arabi Mobile” app in its new and developed design, and through its “Arabi Online” internet banking service. Additionally, customers who are interested in opening accounts with Arab Bank can download the "Arabi Mobile" app through App Store or Google Play and Huawei AppGallery then use the option "Open New Account" available through the application to enter the required information without the need to visit a branch.

Jan 12, 2022
Arab Bank Opens North Hashmi Branch in Its New Location

Arab Bank and INJAZ signed a joint cooperation agreement for the third consecutive year to implement a specialized cybersecurity training program for university students.

The program aims to enable students to identify the techniques and methods that maintain high safety and cybersecurity levels online and ensure the protection of data against theft or damage when transferred, saved, or shared. It also aspires to maintain the confidentiality of information, respect users’ privacy, and educate students on how to deal with modern technology such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the basics of e-learning through various interactive activities that employ e-learning tools. The program will be applied during the 2021-2022 academic year at Zarqa University (ZU), Irbid National University (INU), Middle East University (MEU), Tafila Technical University (TTU), University of Jordan (UJ) - Aqaba Branch and Applied University / Princess Alia University College.

Commenting on the initiative, Executive Director at INJAZ, Mr. Muhannad Al-Jarrah expressed that the cooperation between Arab Bank and INJAZ is essential to keep pace with the rapid developments in cybersecurity and thus, it contributes in reducing the knowledge gap among students in this field.

During the 2019 – 2020 academic year, INJAZ also implemented the cybersecurity program in collaboration with Arab Bank at 13 different universities where nearly 1,046 participating students benefited from the program. Furthermore, 1,000 students at five different universities benefited from the program during the 2020-2021 academic year.

Arab Bank’s support of this program comes as part of its constant commitment to empower the youth and build their capacity through providing them with the knowledge and skills required to enter the labor market and contribute to sustainable development in light of the acceleration in technology and digital transformation that the world is currently witnessing.

Jan 6, 2022
Arab Bank Supports INJAZ Foundation in Implementing Cybersecurity Program for University Students in Jordan