Established in 1995, Capital Bank of Jordan has quickly become one of the Kingdom’s leading financial institutions, providing the Jordanian market with a comprehensive range of commercial and investment banking services, all endlessly customizable to the needs of both individual and corporate clients alike. Originally founded as the Export & Finance Bank, with an initial authorized capital of JOD20 million (USD28 million), the bank eventually embraced its new identity as Capital Bank.
At the same time, the bank’s authorized capital steadily increased to JOD200 million (USD282 million), making it the Kingdom’s third-largest bank in terms of paid-up capital. Today, Capital Bank of Jordan’s total assets are valued at JOD2 billion (USD3 billion). Capital Bank is highly specialized in trade finance activities and corporate banking, offering a wide range of corporate and commercial services, including corporate and commercial finance, asset management, securities brokerage, and market research. Many of these services are provided in close cooperation with Capital Investments, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Capital Bank.
The bank also owns a controlling stake in the National Bank of Iraq, enhancing the reach and scope of its superlative financial service offerings. In addition to serving a wealth of esteemed corporate and commercial clients, Capital Bank of Jordan is also a leader in providing high-quality retail banking services to individual customers, including a number of personal bank account categories and options, credit cards, personal loans, car loans, and home loans, all with competitive interest rates and flexible terms. With a dozen branches strategically located across the Kingdom, Capital Bank of Jordan boasts a paid-up capital of JOD156 million (USD220 million).
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Capital Investments (DIFC) was established in 2014, and operates under the regulatory framework of the Dubai Financial Services Authority. As a boutique, client-centric investment and advisory firm based in the UAE, Capital Investments (DIFC) specializes in providing its clients with a wide range of financial and capital-raising services.
Capital Investments (DIFC)’s team boasts more than 75 years of collective experience in investment banking and private advisory services, both regionally and internationally, with particularly rich expertise across a number of key sectors, including pharmaceuticals, transportation, real estate, fast-moving consumer goods, food and beverage, logistics and distribution, oil and gas, information technology and financial services. Offering high-level advisory services and supporting the group’s operations throughout the region, Capital Investments (DIFC) is deeply committed to serving its clients with customized solutions and flawless execution.
Capital Investments in Iraq serves a diverse array of clients through comprehensive investment and advisory services. From catering to the needs of local firms and businesses to advising international investors seeking to capitalize on the country’s enormous market potential, the company is committed to providing knowledgeable, independent advice supported by high-quality execution capabilities.
With its wide-reaching regional network and its continuous on-the-ground presence (through its affiliates, the National Bank of Iraq and brokerage firm Wahat Al Nakheel), Capital Investments in Iraq boasts the connections and expertise to help its clients make the most of opportunities across the country.
Established in 1995, the National Bank of Iraq (NBI) is one of the country’s most esteemed financial institutions, operating according to rigorous international standards, and offering a diverse, comprehensive range of banking solutions for both corporate and individual clients.
With 10 branches strategically spread out across the country – in Baghdad, Basra, Umm Qasr, Najaf, Karbala, Mosul, Erbil, and Sulaymaniyah – NBI is able to provide high-level customer service to its clientele throughout Iraq. With Capital Bank of Jordan holding a majority stake in NBI, the bank’s operations are largely managed from Jordan. As such, NBI is among the most trusted and compliant banks in Iraq, with a paid-up capital of IQD250 billion (USD210 million) and total assets estimated at IQD585 billion (USD491 million).