Minimum Balance Annual Fee Internet Banking Features
 Arab Bank Current Account Arab Bank Current Account Minimum Balance: BHD 100 Annual Fee: BHD 0 Internet Banking: No Features: Free Cheque Book, Multiple Currencies, No Salary Transfer
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The Current Account can be opened for both, you personally or your legal entity, upon presentation of an approved personal identification document for you, and the approved registration documents for companies, institutions and legal entities

Arab Bank Current Account Features:
  • Minimum balance required is BHD 100
  • Initial deposit should be BHD 100
  • Free cheque book
  • Multiple currencies - BHD, USD, GBP, CHF (SFR), JPY, AED, SAR, SEK, DKK, CAD, & EURO
  • You will be able to open more than a sub-account
  • The current account is a non-interest baring account
  • Free statement of account is issued every six months
  • You can manage your account 24x7 through the following free automated services:
  • Phone Banking (Hala Arabi)
  • Arabi Online Banking
  • ATM Cash Withdrawal facility
  • SMS notification
Documents Required:
  • Valid Identification Document  (CPR)
  • Valid Passport
  • Valid Residency Document (For non-Bahraini)
  • Birth Certificate or Identification Document for Minors
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