Ajman Bank

Established in 2007, Ajman Bank was the first Islamic bank incorporated in Ajman. While its shares were listed on the Dubai Financial Market in February 2008, the bank officially began operations in 2009 from two branches in Ajman. Strongly supported by the emirate’s government, which owns 25 per cent shares of the bank, it is headquartered in Ajman with branches and ATMs across the UAE.

A key pillar in the emirate’s economic development strategy, Ajman Bank provides a broad range of value-driven responsible banking and financial services in the UAE, in compliance with Shari’ah principles, for individual, business and government institutions aimed at enabling growth and economic progress.

With a focus on delivering value to our shareholders and customers, at Ajman Bank we are committed to becoming a sustainable organization in the truest sense by reaching our true potential through excellence. Balancing care for the community and employees, we are dedicated to creating a better future for all, with exciting financial opportunities. We have the right vision, the strategy, the right resources, and the right people to meet our objectives.

It is a source of pride for us to nurture, support and develop the careers of the UAE Nationals. At Ajman Bank we are among the pioneers of Emiratisation in the United Arab Emirates having made Nationalization the core of our strategy since the very beginning. Over the years we have been recognised and honoured by the country’s top awards for our role in Emiratisation including the prestigious UAE Emiratisation Award by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation and Nationalization Award by the GCC Council of Ministers of Labour and Social Affairs.

Online Banking

Quick and easy to use, you can access your account at anytime from anywhere. Fast transaction processing, Available 24/7 and convenient way to keep track of your account activities.


  • Summary of Accounts
  • View Account Statements and Transaction Details
  • Open Additional Savings Account Real Time
  • View Credit Card Details / Statement
  • Credit Card Payments – For Own Card, Other Ajman Bank Card, Local Banks and International Bank Cards
  • Funds Transfer -Between Own Accounts, Within Ajman Bank, Local Banks and International Banks
  • Make Bill Payments from Your Account (Ajman Sewerage, DEWA, SEWA, Etisalat, FEWA, AADC, ADDC, du And RTA Salik)
  • Register For E-Statement
  • Exchange Rates and Deposit Rates Inquiry
  • Book Term Deposit Real Time
  • View your Finances
  • Setup Standing Instructions for Your Fund Transfers and Utility Bill Payments
  • Request for Manager’s Cheque and Cheque Book
  • Charity Payment
  • Update Your Profile (Change Password, Change Security Image, Nick Name and Update your Address and Email Id)
  • IPO Purchase
  • Getting Started

Log on to www.ajmanbank.ae and click on “Internet Banking” Select Consumer Banking

Enter the required information and create your user ID

To avail of Ajman Bank Online Banking service, you must maintain a Current or Saving Account at Ajman Bank.

For more information on how to register, please call 800 22



With this facility, you can access your Ajman Bank account details any time anywhere by phone making your banking fast and easy. For interaction with our representatives over phone, you can speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable team of agents to assist you between Arabic and English. Just Call 800 22, 24/7 365 days a week.


  • Account Summary on your last five transactions
  • Credit Card Summary on your last five transactions
  • Balance Inquiry of Account / Credit Card
  • Exchange Rate Inquiry
  • Pay your Credit Card Bills
  • Make Bill Payments from your Account (DEWA,SEWA,Etisalat, and many more)
  • Transfer money between your accounts
  • Transfer money to other accounts in Ajman Bank
  • Report Lost or Stolen Cards
  • Debit / Credit Card Activation
  • Block your Debit / Credit Card

Getting Started

For more information on Phone Banking please call 800 22. 


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