|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|National Bank of Oman - Personal Loan||Minimum Salary: OMR 300||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Maximum Term: 10 Years||Flat Rate: 4.3%||Reducing Rate: 7.74%|
This is a strategic catalyst that is intended to propel you into the realization of your personal goals and dreams.
- Credit Life Insurance covers your loan amount for the whole of your loan repayment period. This enables the bank to waive all outstanding loan payments in the event of death
- Installment deferment – you can defer your monthly payment twice a year, allowing you greater control and serenity of mind
- A valid national ID card copy
- Passport copy-for aliens
- Labor card copy-for aliens
- Salary assignment letter
- Most recent salary certificate
- A Six-month bank statement (for buy-out loans)
- Outstanding letter (for buy-out loans)
- One passport photo
- A recently paid electricity or telephone bill in the applicant’s name
- Employee between 18 and 60 years of age.
- At National Bank of Oman, we believe that banking should be made simple for everyone. The National Bank of Oman Personal Loan is open to all Omani nationals with a minimum salary of OMR 300/- , as well as to expatriates working in Oman with a minimum salary of OMR 400/-
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