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Key figures

Over the past few years, the Jordanian economy has been heavily impacted by all of the global financial crisis, regional turmoil and the ongoing Syrian conflict. This difficult context has put much strain on the kingdom’s economy, its public finances, its private sector as well as on its financial sector. Still, despite this difficult environment, and the important challenges Jordan was facing, SGBJ has successfully implemented a capital increase operation that raised its paid up capital to the regulatory threshold of JOD 100 million as of December 31, 2012. This was achieved with the support of the main shareholder, Société Générale de Banque au Liban (SGBL), one of the Middle East’s leading banks, which is backed by global banking group Societe Generale.

Key Figures (in millions of JOD) 2015 2016 Variation
Loans and advances 431.59 568.21 31.7%
Deposits from customers 1016.30 1089.20 7.2%
Total assets 1210.14 1303.18 7.7%
Shareholders' equity 127.59 133.44 4.6%
Net Banking income 27.73
29.29 5.6%
Net profit 10.01
10.91 9.00%
Number of branches 17.00 17.00 0%
Staff employed (bank + subsidiaries) 257.00
264.00 2.7%


Deposits from customers
JOD 1089.20M
53.00% vs.
31 Dec. 2013
Shareholders' equity
JOD 133.44M
8.00% vs.
31 Dec. 2013
Net profit
JOD 10.91M
31.00% vs.
31 Dec. 2013
ROE after tax
JOD 8.72%
 

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