Jordan International Bank was founded in 1984. It is based in London, United Kingdom and aims to marry the experience and knowledge of both East and West to better serve its clients. Services are offered by a team of relationship managers with deep financial expertise and cultural knowledge.
Jordan International Bank is a subsidiary of The Housing Bank for Trade and Finance.
Jordan International Bank has four primary business divisions:
Structured property finance
Jordan International Bank Products and Services
Personal banking services available through Jordan International Bank include current accounts, notice deposit accounts, high-interest accounts, multicurrency term deposit accounts and foreign exchange trading. These services are available in all major currencies.
Jordan International offers customised lending to the UK property market, with each product tailored to the client’s needs. Lending is offered in both short and medium terms, for residential, commercial and mixed-use property developments.
For customers requiring trade finance products, Jordan International provides a portfolio including receivables financing, letters of credit, collections and guarantees. More bespoke services are also available on request. Trade finance services are supported by a network of banks in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Jordan and Algeria.
Jordan International Bank’s treasury department is the first point of contact for international financial institutions, plus the bank’s corporate customers and high net worth individuals. This division’s services include foreign exchange, money markets and share execution.
High net worth individuals can also consult the treasury division with regards to investments, as Jordan International Bank does not have an investment advisory arm.
Jordan International Bank Security
Jordan International Bank is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority. Eligible deposits of up to £85,000 are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).