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    Network Access



    To date, the Arab Bank Group has established an extensive branch banking network with over 600 branches across five continents; making it one of the largest worldwide. You can benefit from our wide presence by maintaining cross-border accounts, remitting money free of charge and availing our overseas property financing offers in select countries within our regional network*.

    Our award winning Arabi Online Banking platform ensures that you can monitor and access all of your accounts anytime and anywhere.

    When you travel within the region you will be recognized as a valued Arab Bank Elite member and have access to Elite centers across our network with preferential services on offer.

     Regional Recognition

    When you qualify as an Elite customer, your status will extend when you travel within the region and you will be recognized as a valued Arab Bank Elite member. This will allow you to enjoy the same privileges for your accounts in other countries and have access to Elite centers across our network with preferential services on offer.


     Cross-Border Services

    Whether you are relocating to another country or conducting cross-border business or financing property overseas, you can enjoy the convenience of opening off-shore regional accounts and conducting transactions internationally from the comfort of your home country.


     Complimentary Remittances

    Now you can transfer funds from your account to any other Arab Bank account at any of our branches in your country or abroad for free.

    Through this special service, offered exclusively to our valued customers, our vast local and international branch network will be at your disposal, ensuring the best services and the highest level of convenience when it comes to transferring funds.

    The above mentioned services are available for free through Arab Bank plc branches in the following countries:

    Country Cross Border Services Overseas Property Financing Remittances
     Jordan

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     Palestine

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     Egypt

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     Lebanon

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     UAE

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     Qatar

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     Bahrain

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     Algeria    

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     Yemen    

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     Morocco    

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