|Minimum Balance Required||Annual Return||Features|
|Alinma Bank - Saving Account||Minimum Balance Required: SAR 0||Annual Return: 3%||Features: Islamic Finance|
Care today…for a better tomorrow
To help you save and plan for the future, we at Alinma Bank introduce Alinma Savings Account In more than one of the package featuring flexibility that meets the needs of our clients. Our aim is to help you fulfill your personal goals in a Sharia-compliant manner and in line with our values of transparency and innovation.
Features & Benefits:
- Start your savings by one riyal with Higher annual returns of up to 3%* when increasing the balance (limited time offer).
- Open A Free Saving Account.
- Flexible withdrawals and deposits (as per package terms).
- Ability to open Saving Accounts via Alinma App.
- Ability to track account details through account statements, at Alinma Self Service.
- Secure monthly dividends.
- The return elasticity and its increase if the balance increasing and decreasing it if the balance decreasing.
- A minimum balance must be maintained throughout the investment period. This balance is eligible to be added to the investment fund and to receive dividends according to package terms.
- Possible of subscribe with Instant Savings via Alinma App.
- All Alinma Bank partners are eligible
- Open a current account with Alinma Bank
- Present a valid identification card
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