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Vision

Pioneering in training, occupational and banking development on the local and regional level

Mission

Raising the efficiency of human resources in the Jordanian banking and financial sectors to meet the training and development needs.

Values

Customer Centricity Innovation Teamwork Proficiency Integrity and transparency Sustainability



About us

In 1965 the Central Bank of Jordan took the initiative to study ways to establish a nucleus for practical and theoretical training, in light of the financial and banking developments that the Kingdom witnessed in the mid-sixties of the last century. Which lives up to the level of ambitions and keeps pace with developments, distinguished by their scientific and practical capabilities. These efforts resulted in the establishment of the Institute of Banking Studies under Article No. 37/D of the Central Bank of Jordan Law and in accordance with the Institute’s Regulation No. (69) of 1970, and the institute was officially inaugurated on the ninth of October 1971, which was taken as the headquarters of the Central Bank of Jordan. for him. ... At the beginning of the nineties, the institute witnessed a new shift, embodied in the establishment of a permanent headquarters for the institute in the area of ​​Tla’ Al-Ali, one of the suburbs of the capital, Amman. This is in addition to a main hall for conference purposes. There are two branches of the institute, one in Irbid and the other in Aqaba. In order to generalize the Institute's academic and training services to all parts of the Kingdom. Evolution of the Institute At the beginning of the nineties, the Institute witnessed a new shift embodied in the establishment of a permanent headquarters for the Institute in the area of ​​Tla’ Al-Ali, one of the suburbs of the capital, Amman. The headquarters, which is located on an area of ​​eight acres, includes administration buildings, training and academic activities halls, a library, laboratories, a cafeteria, and a medical clinic. This is in addition to a main hall for conference purposes. There are two branches of the institute, one in Irbid and the other in Aqaba. In order to generalize the Institute's academic and training services to all parts of the Kingdom. In an effort from the Institute’s management to generalize the benefit derived from its training and academic activities, the Institute of Banking Studies’ management has, until the end of 2014, expanded the Institute’s training and academic umbrella to include, in addition to the Central Bank of Jordan, licensed banks operating in Jordan, lending institutions, ministries, financial institutions, and specialized financial institutions. Private investment, Amman Financial Market institutions, brokerage and investment companies, the General Organization for Social Security, insurance and exchange companies, and a number of development institutions and non-governmental institutions working in the field of financing small projects and developing rural communities in various regions of the Kingdom. In addition to allowing all interested persons from different sectors to participate in all training activities held by the Institute and at their own expense. It is worth noting that the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Institute is His Excellency the Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan. The Board of Directors of the Institute also includes three representatives from the banking sector, alternately, a representative of specialized lending institutions, as well as a representative of the University of Jordan, the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Higher Education, in addition to the Director of the Institute. The Institute of Banking Studies mainly serves To achieve its goals, it includes a set of academic programs and training activities. In the academic field, the institute holds a master’s program in finance and banking under the scientific association and cooperation agreement concluded with the University of Jordan since 2003. In addition, since its establishment in 1971, the institute has held an intermediate university diploma program in banking and financial sciences, both regular and Islamic, under the supervision of Al-Balqa University applied until the end of the academic year 2006/2007.The institute has frozen admission to the program as of the 2007/2008 academic year. The total number of graduates of this program within the major in banking and financial studies has reached (1306) graduates, while the number of graduates of the specialization in Islamic banking and financial studies has reached (269) graduates. As for the field of training activities, it has witnessed growth, increase and diversification over the past years, as it included local training courses at the Institute’s headquarters in Amman and at the Institute’s two branches in the two branches of the Central Bank of Jordan in Irbid and Aqaba, in addition to external courses. In addition to seminars in cooperation with regional and international institutions, specialized professional diploma programs, training programs for new bankers, whether in conventional or Islamic banks, a specialized program for Teller employees, a training and qualification program for the investment advisor, a training and qualification program for financial intermediaries, and a training program for sustainable financing for small projects. Job titles for employees of the Jordanian banking and financial sector. It is worth noting that the administration of the Institute continues to expand the scope of professional certificate programs that it started in 2012, especially in light of the growing demand for them and the volume of participation of cadres in the banking and financial sector and other sectors interested in it and its diversity to include CFA, CAMS, CIA, FRM, CMA and others, in addition to professional certificates in The field of Islamic finance such as the Certified Islamic Banker (CIB) and others. In an effort from the Institute’s management to generalize the benefit derived from its training and academic activities, the Institute of Banking Studies’ management, until the end of 2012, expanded the Institute’s training and academic umbrella to include, in addition to the Central Bank of Jordan, licensed banks operating in Jordan, lending institutions, ministries, financial institutions, and specialized financial institutions. Private investment, Amman Financial Market institutions, brokerage and investment companies, the General Organization for Social Security, insurance and exchange companies, and a number of development institutions and non-governmental institutions working in the field of financing small projects and developing rural communities in various regions of the Kingdom. In order to achieve its objectives, the Institute of Banking Studies mainly offers a set of academic programs and training activities. In the academic field, the institute holds a master’s program in finance and banking in accordance with the scientific association and cooperation agreement concluded with the University of Jordan since 2003. In addition, since its establishment in 1971, the institute has held an intermediate university diploma program in banking and finance, in both its regular and Islamic parts, under the supervision of Al-Balqa University applied until the end of the academic year 2006/2007. The institute has frozen admission to the program for a period of five years, starting from the 2007/2008 academic year. The total number of graduates of this program within the specialization of banking and financial studies reached (1306) graduates, while the number of graduates of the specialization of Islamic banking and financial studies reached (269) graduates. As for the field of training activities, it has witnessed growth, increase and diversification over the past years, as it included local training courses at the Institute’s headquarters in Amman and at the Institute’s two branches in the two branches of the Central Bank of Jordan in Irbid and Aqaba, and external courses. In addition to seminars in cooperation with regional and international institutions, specialized professional diploma programs, a comprehensive training program for bankers, trading room laboratory courses, an investment advisor training and qualification program, a qualifying training program for examining the first level of the financial analyst certificate (accredited training program for financial brokers and training for CFA), The institute also introduced exams to assess the job competency of the employees of the Jordanian banking and financial sector. read more

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Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training ACCET (USA)

The Institute of Banking Studies (IBS), a foundation of the Central Bank of Jordan, has been again been awarded a three-year accreditation certificate by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) in the US, according to local media outlets. ... The IBS is thereby the first Jordanian training institute to receive the accreditation and the second in the Arab world, the institute said in a press statement. To successfully pass the accreditation process, nine criteria are reviewed and assessed that cover areas including the organization’s objectives, strategy, plans, governance, curricular structures, and training syllabus, among others, according to IBS Director Riyad Al-Hindawi. Hindawi said that being accredited helps ensure the implementation of international best practices in the fields of training and development. According to its website, ACCET “strives to identify, evaluate, and enhance the delivery of continuing education and training through an independent peer-evaluation process. read more

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P.O. Box 1378

Amman, 11953, Jordan

Telephone 96265536395

Fax 96265532199

Info email : info@ibs.edu.jo