Alinma Bank Announces Special Evening Branch Hours during Ramadan

Alinma Bank has announced that during the holy month of Ramadan, 20 of its branch locations will remain open during the evening, after the conclusion of Taraweeh prayers, in order to give all current and potential partners (clients) an opportunity to communicate with the bank and take advantage of its special Ramadan promotional offer through which partners who perform a salary transfer or take financing with Alinma are given valuable gift items.

The announcement was made by Mr. Mohammed Al-Nahas, the general manager of Alinma Bank’s branch network operations. Al-Nahas added that the bank strived to be the financial partner of choice for all and that it endeavored to achieve this through expansion of its reach throughout the Kingdom and through the continued development of quality, Shariah-compliant products and services.

Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, said Al-Nahas, branches in the Central and Eastern regions would remain open from 9:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m., while in the Western, Northern and Southern regions, operating hours would extend from 10:00 p.m. until 12:00 a.m. This schedule is in addition to the normal 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ramadan work hours, which apply to all bank branches.

The 20 Alinma branches with evening Ramadan hours are as follows:

Riyadh: Zahrat Badi’a, Malaz, Takhassusi, Rabwa and Ghadeer branches as well as the Takhassusi sales center

Buraidah: Buraidah branch

Hail: Hail branch

Najran: Najran branch

Jeddah: Rabwa and Rawdha branches

Taif: Taif branch

Makkah: Azizia branch

Madinah: Khalidiya branch

Khamis Mushayt: Rawdha branch

Dammam: Dammam branch on Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd road and Uhud branches

Jubail: Fanateer branch

Hofuf: Mubarraz branch

Al-Nahas also noted that the Takhassusi branch in Riyadh, the Al-Dammam branch in prince Mohammad bin Fahad road and the Rabwa branch in Jeddah would be open Thursdays during Ramadan from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Services will also be available at those branches during the Eid Al-Fitr holiday, with the exception of Fridays and the first day of the Eid.