Rafidain Bank announced on Saturday the opening of its new branch in the Jordanian capital Amman.
The Bank’s Information Office said in a statement that the aim of the opening of the bank is to provide banking services to Iraqi citizens residing in that country.
He added that the new Rafidain branch was opened in the Sweifieh area in the Jordanian capital of Amman, in a move that the Bank has taken towards leadership, progress and financial coverage.
He pointed out that the branch provides financial services and facilities for citizens to pay salaries and open current accounts and savings and bank deposits.
The Ambassador of Iraq in Jordan Safia al-Suhail said in a speech during the ceremony that the opening of the branch of Rafidain Bank in the Kingdom is of great importance as it indicates the keenness of the Republic of Iraq to raise the framework of cooperation with the Kingdom of Jordan at all levels, especially economic and banking, based on historical relations rooted in the gathering Two neighboring countries.
She added that her happiness that Rafidain Bank is an essential tool for communication between the federal government in Baghdad and the expatriate in Jordan, especially retirees of state employees who have been living in Jordan for years, where it is keen to provide their salaries on a regular basis.