The official launch of AmwalCom.Com was announced yesterday at a ceremony held at the King Hussein Business Park under the patronage of H.E Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan Dr. Ziad Fariz and the Minister of Communications and Information Technology Eng. Mothanna Gharaibeh.
Amwalcom is the first website in Jordan to search for and compare bank product for individuals including loans, credit cards and bank accounts. The launch ceremony included welcome words from Oasis500 represented by its chairman H.E Marwan Juma and Jordanian Information and Communication Technology Association (Int@j) represented by its Chairman Dr. Bashar Hawamdeh. The co-founder of AmwalCom, Yara Zreikat, presented a presentation of the services and benefits offered by the site.
The ceremony, which was held at The Tank - Umniah, held a panel discussion titled "Financial Inclusion in Jordan" with the participation of a number of experts in the field: Maha Al-Bahou, CEO JO-PACC, Tarek Akel, Regional Manager of Egyptian Arab land Bank, Salim Sawalha, Assistant General Manager and head of Retail at Jordan Commercial Bank, Odeh Habash, Managing Director of Leading International Management Company and Founder of Mosaic Financial Advisory, Zaid Ibrahim, Marketing Manager at Umniah. Panel was moderated by Fadi Oweis, AmwalCom co-founder.
During the ceremony, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between the Egyptian Arab Land Bank and Amwalcom to add the bank’s products on the website. The agreement was signed by the bank’s Regional Manager Mr. Tarek Akel and AmwalCom co-founder Fadi Oweis.
AmwalCom offers its users free tools such as: Loans calculator for, filtering results based on individual circumstances and comparing offers side by side. User fills out a simple application for the offers they select. This form will reach the bank for following up. This will save users time and effort spent traveling personally between banks and financial institutions to compare offers and will help them make quick and educated financial decisions
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