Dr.. Osama Tumbl, Deputy General Manager, Sudanese Jordanian Bank Al-Jazira Sudanese Jordanian Bank Al-Jazira launches
Dr.. Osama Tumbl, Deputy General Manager, Sudanese Jordanian Bank Al-Jazira
Sudanese Jordanian Bank Al-Jazira launches new financing programs and electronic services, and achieves 44% growth in profits
An interview with Dr. Osama Tambal (Deputy General Manager):
April 17, 2020SudanParticipation
1- What are the main results achieved by the Sudanese Jordanian Bank Al Jazira for the year 2019?
The year 2019 witnessed many accomplishments that included all the operating sectors of the bank, which were reflected in the main financial indicators, where the bank's assets increased by 13% compared to the end of 2018, the net credit facilities increased by 18%, and customer deposits grew by 14%. Among the most prominent results for the year 2019 are also the significant growth in profits by 44%, property rights by 10%, and the efficiency of capital reached 23%.
2- What are the electronic services that you launched recently?
Al-Jazira Bank keeps pace with all modern banking technologies, such as the Internet and mobile banking, in addition to Sahel Go and Al-Jazirah Bank applications, to provide its customers with the service to access and manage their accounts without the need to review the bank. Among the new projects is the Visa Card project, to be one of the first banks in Sudan to grant a visa card issuance license in coordination with CSC Bank in Lebanon.
3- What are your new and innovative programs and products?
In 2019, the bank launched several financing programs for the retail and corporate sectors, such as: The Maskani Program, which aims to provide real estate financing for individuals, and it has been a great hit with the bank's customers. There is also a creativity program for small-scale producers, a genius program for financing school benches, azaq program for financing small projects, and my trip to finance travel.
The year 2019 also witnessed a great expansion in the financing of the corporate sector, as the financing portfolio grew 18% compared to 2018. Despite the great diversity in the corporate finance portfolio, which included all priority productive sectors such as the mining and export sector, agriculture and industry, it maintained the quality of assets free Totally non-performing debt.