Sharjah Islamic Bank, United Arab Emirates

We believe in our vision and values just as strongly today as we did the first time we put them on paper more than 30 years ago.  Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB) started servicing the society in 1975; providing banking services to individuals and companies. An Amiri decree; released by His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohamed Al Qassimi the member of the Supreme Council & Ruler of Sharjah, was issued to launch & green-light the bank’s expedition. The bank was originally founded as National Bank of Sharjah and was suited the first bank to convert to Islamic Banking in 2002. 

The revolutionizing from commercial banking to Islamic banking was a significant twist for the bank. Not only were specialized products & services modulated for customers, the banks entire organization was converted to be conventional to Islamic regulations. Now, SIB offers customers a broad range of Sharia’a compliant retail, corporate & investment services through the extensive UAE networks. 

Mobile Banking

Enjoy the seamless banking experience with SIB Digital Banking. Experience the new improved Online Banking, from instant account opening to simplified one click transactions, all banking services at your fingertips. SIB Digital application is designed for SIB retail customers to provide secured online banking services on the move.

Key features:
Product details
– Current & Savings
– Term Deposits
– Credit Cards
– Finances
– Prepaid Cards

– Own accounts
– Within SIB
– Within UAE Transfer
– Outside UAE Transfer

– SIB Credit Card
– Telecommunication (Etisalat & du)
– Utilities (DEWA, SEWA & FEWA)
– RTA (Salik Recharges)
– Tahseel
– Rafid

Other Services
– Profile updates
– Cheque book request
– Apply for Finance
– Offline Service Request
– Secured Email

– Secure AI Biometrics
– Secure registration process
– Secure sign on with PIN
– Multiple level of security checks for transfers

Online Banking

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SWIFT code

A SWIFT code sometimes also called a SWIFT number is a standard format for Business Identifier Codes (BIC). Banks and financial institutions use them to identify themselves globally. It says who and where they are a sort of international bank code or ID.