Boasting a unique and integrated network of branches in Palestine, Cairo Amman Bank offers a wide variety of innovative banking services to an ever-growing client base.

About Cairo Amman Bank Palestine

Since its foundation as a public shareholding company on June 11th 1960, Cairo Amman Bank has repeatedly revolutionized the Jordanian banking landscape, effectively utilizing its solid capital base and longstanding experience to provide an extensive lineup of advanced banking solutions. The bank’s pioneering services have added a new dimension to countless high profile projects in Palestine, which helps reinforce the local economy, and helps meeting its clients’ prompt financial needs, these services include personal loans through salary transfers, financing small and medium enterprises, investment services, credit cards and wire transfer.

The bank also provides a variety of electronic banking services through its website,, which can be accessed anywhere at any time. These revolutionary services embody the bank’s new corporate identity, which embraces modernity, openness and communication. The bank’s policy as a financial institution aims to simplify banking and make it more accessible to clients, thereby liberating them from the fetters of conventional practices. Cairo Amman Bank strives to reach every corner in Palestine.


Women at CAB – Palestine


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Opportunity in Palestine


Women Percentage of population

(source: Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics – PCBS)


Percentage of females enrolled in secondary education (among females)

(source: PCBS)


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(source: PCBS)


Women participating in labor force

(source: PCBS)


Percentage of women owning a bank account

(Source: Financial inclusion Survey – Palestine Monetary Authority – PMA)


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(source: PMA)


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(source: PMA)

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