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 Dubai Islamic Bank - Recurring Wakala Deposit Dubai Islamic Bank - Recurring Wakala Deposit Minimum Deposit Required: AED 1,000 Annual Return: 10.25% Annual Fee: AED 0 Choice of Terms: 5 Features: Islamic Banking
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Recurring Wakala Deposit is a variant of Savings Account from Dubai Islamic Bank, which gives you the opportunity to save a fixed amount every month, for a pre-defined tenure. You can choose the tenure you want and enjoy higher expected profit rate than your regular Savings Account.

Features & Benefits:
  • Higher expected profit than a regular Savings Account
  • Account can be opened with AED 1,000
  • Option to choose fixed savings amount with minimum of AED 1000 per month
  • Flexible tenures of 12, 24, 36 and 60 months
  • Account will be available in AED only
  • Earned profit will be paid upon maturity
  • Free standing instruction set up for monthly payments
  • Easy to manage, pick from flexible tenures
Unique Features:
  • AED 1,000 Minimum Initial Deposit
  • AED 1,000 Minimum Monthly Deposit
  • 12 to 60 Months Flexible Tenures

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Rate (%): This is the annual interest rate on the product which is equivalent to APR, which is going to be calculated in this example.
Years: This is the original term or length of the product, stated in years.
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