|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|SAIB - Loan Buy-Out||Minimum Salary: SAR 0||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Maximum Term: 5 Years||Flat Rate: 0.0%||Reducing Rate: 0.0%|
This is an Islamic financing product approved by the Bank’s Shariah Committee to finance salaried individual customers who have existing liabilities with other banks. The customer buys a certain quantity of goods owned by the Bank at an agreed upon profit and repayment plan. The customer requests the merchant through the bank to sell the goods and credit the proceeds to his / her account with SAIB. The customer uses a portion from the proceeds to settle his / her outstanding liabilities with the other bank, then he can withdraw the remaining finance amount after obtaining a release letter from the previous bank and submitting a salary assignment letter to SAIB.
- Compatible with the provisions of Islamic Shariah
- Customer can refinance after paying the required financing amount
- Eligibility for additional finance after having an increase in monthly salary
- Debt relief in case of death or permanent disability (God forbids)
- No Sponsor/ Guarantor required
- Financing Amount Disbursement
- Complete SAIB application form.
- Introduction letter from employer, which would typically include salary, allowance details, and date of joining.
- Employer salary transfer commitment letter (3 parties declaration form).
- No objection and debt transfer letter from the existing lending bank.
- Copy of the family card, which will be authenticated against the original one.
- Account statement of the last 3 months. (Showing the last 3 salaries which are verified from the previous bank).
- Copy of a valid customer identity (to be taken after sighting the original).
- Copy of the “Work ID Card” specifying rank/position (to be taken post sighting of the original) - (If available).
- Customer authorization form to deduct instalments due if a delay in effecting a salary transfer.
- Saudi Nationals who are currently employed
- Service period:
- For Government Sector: 1 months with current employer
- For Private Sector: 3 months with current employer
- Minimum age 18 years
- Maximum age of 60 for males and females at time of finance maturity. For armed forces personnel, maximum age would depend on rank / position held
- Minimum age: 38 years for retirees
- Maximum age of 65 for retirees at maturity
- Working for an employer included in the Bank’s approved list
- Payment of the debt includes loans/consumer finance only and does not include the payment of credit cards. Complete SAIB application form. Introduction letter from employer, which would typically include salary, allowance details, and date of joining. Employer salary transfer commitment letter (3 parties declaration form). No objection and debit transfer letter from the existing lending bank. Copy of the family card, which will be authenticated against the original one. Account statement of the last 3 months. (Showing the last 3 salaries which are verified from the previous bank). Copy of a valid customer identity (to be taken after sighting the original). Copy of the “Work ID Card” specifying rank / position (to be taken post sighting of the original) - (If available). Customer authorization form to deduct installments due if delay in effecting salary transfer.
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