According to bank documents, the EBRD has provided a subordinated loan of JOD 21.3 million to Bank Al Etihad ("BAE") to support the bank's growth plans and on-lending to private local SMEs. The subordinated loan will strengthen the capital base of BAE to support planned growth and the financing of SMEs in the local market.
Bank Al Etihad is a universal commercial bank and is the 4th largest in Jordan with market shares of 6.3%, 6.9% and 7.0% in terms of assets, loans and deposits as at 1Q19. Bank Al Etihad was established in 1978 and listed on the Amman Stock Exchange. BAE serves to corporate, SME, and retail clients through its 47 branches cross Jordan.
Mr. Anas Al Masri
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF EBRD
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