Emirates NBD gives everyone the opportunity and financial assistance needed to achieve their goals. So even if you do not have a Salary Transfer Account with Emirates NBD you may still apply and enjoy a Personal Loan.
- Competitive interest rates starting from 14.99% reducing and 7.90% flat
- Maximum term is 48 months
- Maximum loan amount up to AED 500,000
- Easy processing and simple documentation
- Emirates NBD has over 220 branches and over 927 ATMs across the UAE
- Free bank account and Free Visa Credit Card for the first year
- Enhanced credit life coverage
- Exclusive loan return option
- Processing fee is 1%
- Mode of repayment is through Direct Debit System (DDS)
- Min salary is 10,000 with
- Valid Passport Copy with valid Resident Visa page
- UAE Nationals: Idbara page of UAE Nationals
- Original Emirates ID and Emirates ID copy
- Proof of Residency or Utility Bill
- Updated Security Cheque
- Credit Card Statements (Where applicable) Salaried Individual
- Latest 3 Months Bank statement
- Latest Salary Certificate / Salary Transfer Letter Self-Employed
- Latest 6 Months Bank statement
- Trade License
- MOA (Memorandum of Association)
- POA (Power of Attorney) Loan to Minor
- Attested copies of guarantor/co-borrowers Passport and Visa, Emirates ID, Trade License & Income Details
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Years: This is the original term or length of the product, stated in years.
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