Bank al Etihad announces the return of Moneysmart, a two-day financial literacy bootcamp for women

The bootcamp welcomed 70 women eager to plan their finances and grow their wealth

  
Bank al Etihad announces the return of Moneysmart, a two-day financial literacy bootcamp for women

AMMAN, Jordan — After the success of its 2019 edition, Bank al Etihad proudly announces the return of its 2-day bootcamp, MONEYSMART-Wealth Management edition. The bootcamp welcomed 70 women eager to plan their finances and grow their wealth.

MONEYSMART - Wealth Management is a program designed to empower women to take control of their finances, and to equip them with the right tools and resources to identify financial status, readiness and appetite for investment. The bootcamp was structured to include a financial dialogue in a World Café setting followed by a series of 6 workshops covering high level financial literacy topics, designed to develop a wealth mindset and educate about the need to invest and build wealth.

Bank al Etihad believes in financially independent women, and in the importance of equipping women with the proper skills and knowledge to empower women to become financially independent. 

Bank al Etihad has been known as the main provider of the financial solutions for women, and also the engine of the non-financial solutions that provide financial literacy services, coaching, mentorship, training and networking opportunities for women under the umbrella of its Women’s program, Shorouq.

With the rise in the number of women at work, Bank al Etihad believes that addressing financial literacy and exposing women to the right guidance and tools to plan their finances and grow their wealth will shape their future.

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About Bank al Etihad

Bank al Etihad is a Jordanian banking and financial institution that has been operating for 41 years. We are proud that human and family values ​​are at the heart of our culture and we put the satisfaction of our customers—individuals, entrepreneurs, companies and women—at the forefront of our priorities.

The bank strives to be the leading digital bank in Jordan, prioritizing technology, entrepreneurship and innovation as the key principles of our path towards growth. Bank al Etihad believes that empowering communities can be achieved by investing in digital transformation to enable people from banking on their terms and accessing their money anytime, anywhere.

Bank al Etihad offers a growing network of 56 branches and 125 ATMs that are spread across the Kingdom. The bank also owns a central exchange unit, a financial brokerage company (Etihad Brokerage), a financial leasing company (Etihad Financial Leasing) and a financial technology company. It is a member and a strategic partner of the Board of Directors of the National Bank in Palestine. It also owns 36% of the shares in Safwa Islamic Bank.

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