According to bank provided information, the investment involves the provision of a medium-term senior unsecured loan of up to USD 2.0 million (EUR 2.0 million equivalent) in favour of Cairo Amman Bank Palestine ("CABP") under the WB&G Women in Business ("WiB") Programme to support women-led MSMEs in West Bank.
The project objectives is expanding access to finance and know-how to women-led MSMEs, particularly in remote regions.
Cairo Amman Bank Jordan is a universal bank with Head Office in Amman and operating through a network of 100 branches and offices in Jordan and 22 in West Bank and Gaza.
Firas S. Najjab, Deputy Regional Manager / Business Group
+970 2 297 7230
+970 2 297 9758
P.O. Box 1870, Ramallah, Palestine
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