Bank of Jordan has implemented EastNets’ en.SafeWatch Filtering and en.SafeWatch Profiling anti-money laundering (AML) solutions. The bank, which was founded in 1960 and is headquartered in Amman, is one of the largest local commercial banks in Jordan.
Bank of Jordan is using EastNets’ AML solutions in order to enhance its internal procedures to adhere to the strict financial regulations and instructions being imposed by the Central Bank of Jordan’s AML and Terrorism Financing Unit.
“Bank of Jordan has selected EastNets’ premier AML solutions due to its knowledgeable and highly responsive implementation team as well as the flexibility and ease of use of the solutions,” said Saleh Rajab, chief executive officer (CEO), risk and compliance department, Bank of Jordan. “With en.SafeWatch solutions, our bank will have a user-friendly and robust AML environment without undermining the level of services offered to clients.”
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