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Bank ABC in Jordan, Amman

Bank ABC started its operations in Jordan in January 1990 through its subsidiary Arab Banking Corporation Bank (Jordan) or Bank ABC (Jordan). 

Bank ABC (Jordan) is a universal bank that offers a wide range of corporate, retail and investment services. It has 27 branches spread mainly in Amman and the eight other main cities namely, Zerka, Irbid, Karak, Madaba, Al Mafraq, Al salt, Jerash and Aqaba. 

The bank uses state-of-the-art banking technology to maintain its high level of customer service. Supported by the worldwide network of ABC units around the globe, Bank ABC (Jordan) offers a unique capability to meet customers’ needs and expectations within and outside Jordan.​


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ABC Jordan website: ​​​

Principal Shareholders

 Principal Shareholder:

Arab Banking Corporation (B.S.C.) 86.98%

Amman Stock Exchange


Financial Highlights


As of 31 december, 2016

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  • Bank ABC in Jordan (Arab Banking Corporation)
    Shmeisani, Queen Noor Street
    P.O. Box 926691, Amman 11190, Jordan
    Tel: (+962) (6)5633500  
    Tel: (+962)(6)5608303 / (+962)(6)5608304   
           (+962)(6)5608305  (Dealing Room)
    Fax: (+962)(6) 5686291
    General E-mail address:



 ABC Investments

ABC Investments (known as “ABCI”) was founded in 1990, as a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank ABC (Jordan).  ABCI offers a wide spectrum of services, including local, regional and international brokerage, asset management, financial advisory, IPO management and research.


ABC Investments
Shmeisani - Queen Noor Street
P.O. Box 930059
Amman 11193, Jordan
Tel: (+9626) 5629300
Fax: (+9626) 5682941

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