Personal Loans for Salaried Expats in Abu Dhabi from DIB



Particulars

Al Islami Salam Finance

 

Education Finance

Liability Settlement Finance

Goods Murabaha

Travel Finance

Profit Rate

 

6.05%

6.05%

4.41%

6.05%

6.05%

Tenor

 

48 Months

48 Months

48 Months

48 Months

48 Months

Min Salary

 

AED 3,000

AED 3,000

AED 3,000

AED 3,000

AED 3,000

Processing Fee

 

AED 825

AED 825

AED 825

AED 825

AED 825

Salary Transfer

 

No

No

No

No

No

Max Loan Amount

 

AED 500,000

AED 500,000

12,500,000

AED 500,000

AED 500,000

Personal Loans for Salaried Expats from DIB in Abu Dhabi 

There are five different types of Shari’a –compliant personal loan offered by DIB to its expat customers:
Al Islami Salam Finance offers instant cash payment to the borrowers. Salary transfer is not mandatory; minimum salary in this case would be AED 6,000. Early settlement of the loan means a share for the customer in the Bank’s profit.
Education loan supports your children’s school and college education.
Liability settlement finance helps you settle any of the loans you have availed from other banks
Goods Murabaha finance helps you buy Shari’a compliant goods like machinery, boats, electronics, domestic appliances, vehicles, building materials etc.
Travel finance helps you take a vacation with your loved ones. Early settlement of loan lets you have a share in the Bank’s profit.
Salary transfer is not mandatory for education, liability settlement, goods and travel finance, if you are drawing more than AED 6,000 per month. Processing fee varies from AED 825 to AED 2500

DIB Expats Personal Loan in Abu Dhabi

DIB, short for Dubai Islamic Bank, began its operations in the UAE in 1975 and has seen remarkable growth since. The bank focuses mainly on its customers with an exceptional customer-oriented approach and honesty forming the basis of all relationships. The Bank is fully committed to offering modern, innovative and flexible financial products and services to its customers thus helping them out of an unpleasant financial situation.

Abu Dhabi – Religious Practices

Though Islam is the official religion in the Emirate, Abu Dhabi does let the residents follow their own faiths. However, Islamic influence prevails in social and professional contexts. This is why it is very important for non-Islamic expatriates to conduct themselves and ensure non-violation of the rules causing unpleasantness among their business partners or at their workplace.
To avail of a personal loan in Abu Dhabi from DIB, fill in the form on this page and a representative will soon contact you to offer assistance.