Jordan Islamic Bank (JIB), a subsidiary banking unit of Bahrain-based Al Baraka Banking Group, registered a growth of 26.3 per cent in profit before tax for last year at $91.26 million, compared to $72.21 million the previous year.
Jordan Islamic Bank (JIB), a subsidiary of Bahrain-based Al Baraka Banking Group (ABG), has reported 28 per cent growth in its net profit for the first nine months which hit $51.34 million as against $39.92 million last year.
Jordan Islamic Bank (JIB), part of the Al Baraka Banking Group, achieved net profit before tax of $55.99 million last year when compared to $57.40 million in 2010.
The bank said its net profits after tax reached $39.92 million for 2011. Th
Islamic International Rating Agency (IIRA) has maintained its Shari’a Quality Rating of AA (SQR) to Jordan Islamic Bank (JIB).
This rating reflects IIRA’s opinion that opinion that JIB conforms to very high level of standards of Shari’a re
Al Baraka Banking Group (ABG) said that Standard and Poors (S&P) has rated its subsidiary Jordan Islamic Bank for the first time, assigning it a long term counterparty credit rating of BB/B (short term) with a stable outlook.
Amman-based Jordan Islamic Bank has unveiled its new corporate identity and logo as part of its plans to enhance the Islamic banking experience in the Arab region.
Unveiling the logo at a recent press conference, Adana Ahmad Yousef, B
Jordan Islamic Bank, the country's largest Islamic lender, expects double-digit growth this year as it taps fast-rising demand for Sharia-compliant products in an otherwise sluggish overall market, its CEO said.
The bank, with total as
Jordan Islamic Bank, a subsidiary of the Bahrain-based Al Baraka Banking Group (ABG), achieved a net profit of $39.49 million in the financial year 2009.
The bank's net profit before tax was $55.01 million.
The bank's board
Jordan Islamic Bank, a subsidiary of Al Baraka Banking Group, has won the Maqasid Al Sharia Award for Corporate Social Responsibility.
The award is one of nine that Dar Al Istihmar and DinarStandard award annually in co-operation with the
The Bahrain-based Islamic International Rating Agency (IIRA) has assigned its international scale ratings of BBB- / A-3 / stable for foreign currency long-term and short-term obligations and BBB/ A-3/ Stable for local currency long-term and short-