Financing packages based on the Islamic principle – for the times you need a helping hand with your finances.
- Shariah compliant
- Low profit margin starting from 2.68% APR (5 year tenor)*
- Financing up to SAR 3,000,000
- Monthly installments period up to 60 months
- Possibility of refinance after paying 20% of finance principle
- Personal Finance Balance Transfer from other banks available
- In case of customer’s death or permanent disability god forbid, total outstanding finance amount will be waived
- Emirates NBD would like to offer you peace and comfort by providing a benefit of SAR 100,000 to your family in the event (God Forbid) of your death
- Copy of the ID for Saudi nationals and copy of Iqama/Passport for expatriates
- Employment Certificate confirming date of employment, monthly income and position held
- Letter from your employer of irrevocable assignment of salary to Emirates NBD (and End-of-Service Benefits for expatriates)
- Applicants must be employed in one of Emirates NBD approved private sector companies and government entities
- Applicant's age should be between 21-60 years
- Your monthly basic salary should be SAR 3,500 or above
- Your service period with your current employer should be 3 months or above
Additional Information*For a Finance Amount of SAR 200,000 over 60 Months, the Annual Percentage Rate will be 3.80%. *Subject to meeting bank's terms and conditions
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