Company Overview of Tadhamon International Islamic Bank
Tadhamon International Islamic Bank provides retail and corporate banking products and services in Yemen. It offers current and savings accounts, fixed deposits, personal loans, corporate loans, real estate financing, and credit cards, as well as ATM and mobile banking services. Tadhamon International Islamic Bank was formerly known as Yemen Islamic Bank for Investment and Development and changed its name to Tadhamon International Islamic Bank in 2002. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Sana'a, Yemen. Tadhamon International Islamic Bank operates as a subsidiary of Hayel Saeed Anam & Co Ltd.
Founded in 1995
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