Minimum Salary Salary Transfer Islamic Finance Maximum Term Flat Rate Reducing Rate
Emirates Islamic - Personal Finance For Expats Emirates Islamic - Personal Finance For Expats Minimum Salary: AED 10,000 Salary Transfer: Yes Islamic Finance: Yes Maximum Term: 4 Years Flat Rate: 2.89% Reducing Rate: 5.29%
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Settle all your obligations the easy way with Emirates Islamic Personal Finance

Emirates Islamic brings you an easy solution to consolidate all your obligations. With our Personal Finance, you can combine all your obligations into one installment.

  • Competitive profit rates
  • Finance up to AED 2 million
  • First installment payment within 90 days
  • Minimum salary AED 10,000
  • Easy Documentation
  • Free Takaful Coverage
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Terms and conditions apply
Documents Required
  • Completed application form
  • Your passport along with a verified UAE residence visa (both original and copies required)
  • Recent bank statements (for at least the last 3 months)
  • Salary transfer letter or salary certificate - required for salaried customers
  • Liability letter (required in buyout cases)
  • Trade license (for self-employed individuals)
  • A form to open an account to trade shares
  • Minimum monthly salary - AED 10,000
  • Minimum age requirement - 21 years
  • Length of employment - at least 6 months
  • Maximum age requirement - 60 years at the time of maturity
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CBD Absher Personal Finance
Minimum Salary
AED 8000
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