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Minimum Salary Salary Transfer Islamic Finance Maximum Term Flat Rate Reducing Rate
Riyad Bank - Personal Finance Murabaha for Saudi Nationals governmental sector employees Riyad Bank - Personal Finance Murabaha for Saudi Nationals governmental sector employees Minimum Salary: SAR 2,000 Salary Transfer: No Islamic Finance: No Maximum Term: 0 Years Flat Rate: 2.22% Reducing Rate: 3.0%
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Riyad Bank purchases the desired shares on your behalf. You then have the option to sell the shares and transfer the liquidity to your current account or you can transfer the shares to your investment portfolio.

  • Approved by Riyad Bank’s Sharia Committee
  • Competitive profit margin rates
  • Repayment period is up to 60 months
  • For salary transfer financing, all outstanding balance will be waived in case of customer’s death
  • Instant initial approval
Documents Required
  • Completed application for Murabaha Financing
  • Salary certificate
  • Salary transfer letter from the employer
  • Copy of valid Saudi national ID / Iqama
  • Should be 18 years and above
  • Minimum net salary should be SAR 2000
  • Period of service is not required
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