Emirates Islamic Bank (EIB)

First MENA Green Finance option from Emirates Islamic

Dubai Green Economy Partnership (Dubai GEP) has signed an agreement with Emirates Islamic to provide easy financing options for consumers in Dubai to purchase green products on the Green Deal website. The agreement was signed on the sidelines of the World Green Economy Summit (WGES) recently. According to Faisal Aqil, Deputy CEO at Emirates Islamic, the bank will offer flexible financing schemes at competitive rates. He expects that a convenient financing option will be a huge incentive for the higher uptake of products from the Green Deal platform. The Green Deal site features products that can improve sustainability in day to day life, which include technologies for Energy Efficiency, Solar Energy, Energy Auditing, Water Efficiency and Thermal Control.

Emirates Islamic Bank shareholders approve plan to raise capital

Emirates Islamic Bank has approved a new plan to double its share capital to Dh10 billion from the earlier Dh5 billion. The shareholders also approved a plan to issue and allot Dh1.5 billion at the nominal value of Dh1 each. The bank has also approved the change of the memorandum and articles of association to reflect changes in the share capital.

Islamic banking gets increased public acceptance in #UAE

According to the findings of Emirates Islamic’s second Islamic Banking Index, there has been an increasing public acceptance and demand for Islamic banking in the UAE. Chief executive of Emirates Islamic, Jamal Bin Ghalaita, said 51% of banking consumers had at least one Islamic product, demonstrating that the efforts by Islamic banks to improve their customer outreach were paying off. As far as perception is concerned, Islamic banks’ trustworthiness rose 42% among Muslim consumers compared to 37% in 2015. Among the non-Muslim population, there was a sizable increase in the number of non-Muslim consumers willing to consider subscribing to an Islamic banking product. The survey also highlights the key challenges for Islamic banks. For a second consecutive year, Islamic banks lag behind conventional banks in technology, innovation and customer service.

Emirates Islamic contributes AED 1 million to #Dubai #Charity Association

Emirates Islamic disbursed AED 1 million to Dubai Charity Association from its Zakat fund. The contribution will fund the association’s various charitable activities, such as helping the poor and needy and individuals in debt. The cheque was presented by Awatif Al Harmoodi, General Manager at Emirates Islamic and handed over to Abdul Rahim Gargash, Vice Chairman at Dubai Charity Association. In 2016, the bank has so far distributed more than AED 30 million to various charitable causes. Emirates Islamic has disbursed funds towards medical and rehabilitation equipment to government and privately run institutions including Ministry of Health, Ajman Club for disabled and Al Ihsan Medical Complex.

Dubai's Emirates Islamic Bank prices $250m #sukuk tap

Dubai-based Emirates Islamic Bank has priced a $250 million tap of an existing Islamic bond issued in May. The tap was priced at 170 basis points over midswaps, the order book was worth $706 million. The 'new' deal is a copy of an existing bond with the same terms and conditions. Emirates Islamic's tap came off a $750 million five-year sukuk issued on May 23. That deal was priced at 220 bps over midswaps and carried a coupon of 3.542 percent. Chief Executive Jamal bin Ghalaita said the cash would support the bank's long-term growth and development plans. The new offering was arranged by Bank ABC, Dubai Islamic Bank, EMCAP and Standard Chartered.

Emirates Islamic Bank donates more than Dh2m to inmates

Emirates Islamic Bank has made two donations of Dh2 million and Dh50,000 to inmates of Dubai Police’s Punitive and Correctional Establishments. The Dh2 million was allocated from the Zakat accounts to help inmates who are incarcerated for financial issues. The other donation, that of Dh50,000, was allocated from the charity accounts to pay for plane tickets for needy inmates.

EIB completes issuance of $500m sukuk certificates

Emirates Islamic Bank (EIB) has successfully ended the issuance of $500 million sukuk certificates, maturing in 2017 off their $1,000 million Trust Certificate Issuance Programme. The programme is guaranteed by Emirates NBD rated A3 by Moody's and A+ by Fitch.
Joint lead managers and bookrunners on the transactionwere following banks: Citigroup, Emirates NBD Capital, HSBC Bank Plc, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, Royal Bank of Scotland Plc and Standard Chartered Bank. The transaction structure was a Sukuk Al Musharaka based on Sharikat Al Melk (Co-ownership), with the certificates remaining a senior obligation of EIB.

Emirates Islamic selects banks for potential sukuk

National Bank of Abu Dhabi, HSBC, Standard Chartered, Citi, RBS and ENBD Capital were chosen by Emirates Islamic Bank (EIB) for a potential benchmark-sized dollar sukuk. EIB will began the investor meetings in Malaysia on January 5.

EIB names Ghalaita as CEO

Emirates Islamic Bank (EIB) has chosen a new CEO and elected a board of directors.
The new CEO is Jamal Bin Ghalaita, after EIB's former chief executive resigned in May and his deputy was appointed acting CEO.
The bank's shareholders also accepted the resignation of the board of directors and selected as representatives a new board consisting of seven members.

Islamic banks’ profits soar 29.3% in H1

It seems that Islamic banking has increased UAE bourses of nearly 29.3 % in their net income in the first half of 2011 while their total assets and deposits also recorded growth.
The five listed Shariah-compliant banks that were included in the report are: The Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB), Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB), Emirates Islamic Bank (EIB), Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB) and Ajman Bank. The report was published in the semi official daily 'Al Ittihad' and prooves the fact that the banks had strong results in the second quarter of 2011.

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