- Fees / Price TBA
- Duration 14 Hours
- Locations 1378 Amman, 11953, Jordan
- Introduce participants to the importance of the work of the Department of deposits and the importance of banking secrecy in the bank.
- Familiarize participants with how to open all types of bank accounts.
- Familiarize participants with all types of bank checks and how or whether or not disbursed by the Jordanian trade law.
- Inform participants on the work of the electronic clearing mechanism.
- To familiarize the participants Embialh difference between them and the check.
- The nature of the accounts.
- People who open their account.
- The client and the bank's definition.
- The duties and rights of both the client and the bank.
- Account opening requirements.
- The types of accounts and deposits.
- The closure of the accounts.
- Accounts rigid and inert (non-moving).
- Reserved accounts and the reserved part and in whole.
- Proxy accounts.
- Accounts correspondence.
- Suspended drawer and opposition accounts.
- The ratification of the signatures.
- Palace accounts (state and guardianship).
- Joint Accounts.
- Deceased accounts.
- Returned checks (people and banks) and the reasons for re-check.
- The electronic clearing.
- Unit bounced checks.
The Central Bank of Jordan began in 1965 to study the necessary means of setting up a team for theoretical and practical training aimed at promoting human cadres of the banking and financial sector and study its employees needs and satisfy their desires to advance their scientific and practical abilities . These efforts culminated in the creation of the Institute of Banking Studies in accordance with Article (37) Paragraph (d) of the Central Bank of Jordan Law and in accordance with the Institute,s Articles of Association No. (69) issued on 1970. The Institute was officially inaugurated on October 9, 1971 and was housed then at the Central Bank,s premises.
In the early 1990,s , the Institute witnessed a new stage ; the construction of the Institute,s permanent headquarter in Tla,a Al Ali , a suburb of the capital Amman . The complex was constructed on an eight dunums plot of land and comprised of administration units, academic and training activities halls, library, laboratories, cafeteria, health clinic and a multipurpose hall. Also , the Institute has two branches, one in Irbid and the other in Aqaba. The purpose of these branches is to widen the distribution of academic and training activities conducted by the Institute to cover the various regions of the Kingdom.See all Institute of Banking Studies courses