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Monday 28 March 2016

Housing Bank and (CRIF Jordan) sign credit information service agreement


Housing Bank has signed with the company (CRIF Jordan) credit information service agreement at the headquarters of the General Department of Housing Bank, the company which provided credit information service in order to facilitate access for individuals and companies to financial services, and the agreement was signed by Mr. Ihab Saadi, director-general of the Housing Bank/proxy and Mr. Ahmed A’amoudi General manager of (CRIF Jordan).

This agreement came to keep up Housing Bank updated for all that is new in the process of credit risk management, and speed in decision-making credit, and raise the level of credit services, diligent and his quest to provide the best for its customers to achieve their desires and meets their aspirations.

On this occasion, Mr. Ihab Saadi, director-general of the Housing Bank/Agency said that this agreement was the belief of the bank's need to support the small and medium-sized companies as one of the most vital and important sectors contribute to the national economy and drive development forward wheel, he expressed confidence in his work with the company (CRIF Jordan) and the application of credit information service for its contribution to reduce credit risk and provide credit information.

For his part, Mr. A'amoudi, general manager of CRIF Jordan expressed his pride in this partnership with one of the largest banking edifices in the Kingdom estimated all the efforts that have been made by the team in the bank for the success of this partnership, he added that we will seek always to provide the best credit inquiry services within the top global standards to reflect the many benefits of the financial and banking sector in the Kingdom, relying on long international experience in assessing credit risk.

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