A new option introduced by Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) will allow customers to avail up to 50% of their net salary before the usual payday by using the bank’s dedicated mobile application
The leading Islamic financial institution announced the launch of its salary advance product ‘Yusr- ADIB Salary Advance’. As part of its commitment to providing innovative Sharia-compliant products and services, the bank will allow its customers to avail of an advance salary amount instantly based on the Murabaha structure.
The new scheme “ADIB Yusr Salary Advance Finance” can be accessed through the mobile banking app and is designed to help existing ADIB salary transfer customers, both UAE Nationals and expatriates, to manage their financials and fulfil their short-term funding needs.
This scheme aims to provide convenience and assist customers to access up to 50% of their salaries, with a maximum amount of Dh50,000, in advance till the next salary transfer. It will be offered to salaried individuals with a minimum income of Dh5,000 per month
Samih Awadalla, Acting Global Head of Retail Banking Group at ADIB, commented: “Introducing “ADIB Yusr Salary Advance Finance” Product is the result of our commitment to providing our customers with innovative digital products that cater to their everyday needs and are also in line with the bank’s overall strategy of supporting customers leverage new opportunities through innovative products and features.
We have observed that people sometimes face difficulty in bridging the gaps for their regular payments prior to receiving their regular monthly salary. The new product is developed in response to customers’ needs who normally pay such expenses through either card payment plans or seek alternate financial support.
The salary advance product is available to exist salaried customers whose salary has been credited to ADIB for at least the last three months. Customers can check their eligibility to apply for ‘Yusr’ through the mobile app.
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