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Investbank previously known as:

Jordan Investment & Finance Bank

Investbank (previously known as Jordan Investment & Finance Bank) is a public shareholding company. Initially established as a financial institution (1982), Investbank, and was licensed as Investment Bank in 1989. In late 1990, Investbank was regulated to be a fully comprehensive licensed bank.

Investbank is listed on the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) with the ticker “JIFB.AM”. In 2009 , Investbank’s paid-up capital was increased to JD 70 million (approx. USD 98.731 million) and its market capitalization totaled JD 105 million (approx. USD 148.095 million) as on 31st of March, 2009

With over 200 team members, Investbank offers a wide range of Personal, Wealth Management, (Small to Medium size Enterprise) SME, Corporate, and Investment banking services. Located in strategic areas around the country, Investbank’s major city locations are continuing to widen in order to better serve its partners.

Since 1982, Investbank has contributed to developing the national economy and supporting economic innovations. Investbank was recognized as one of the first pioneering banks to have heavily played a role in the privatization process for local corporations.

Affiliates & Subsidiaries

Al-Mawared for Brokerage (A wholly owned subsidiary of Investbank) Is a full service brokerage firm that offers local investors as well as international institutions a prime brokerage service for securities traded on the (ASE) Amman Stock Exchange.

Al-Mawared for Leasing (A wholly owned subsidiary of Investbank) Is a specialized firm that offers leasing products for Jordan‘s retail and corporate market.

Head Office & Main Branch AmmanShmeisani Isam Ajlouni Street

Tel.: 5665145 – 5665101/4 Fax: 5681410

P.O. Box 950601 Amman, Jordan 11195


Investbank previously known as: Jordan Investment & Finance Bank


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