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Byblos Bank launches the Expatriate Package
Source: Byblos Bank , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Sat June 24, 2017 12:48 pm

LEBANON. The taste of the first almond in the spring, the never-ending Sunday family lunch, the mouthwatering scent of mank’oucheh… These are just a glimpse of what expatriates miss about Lebanon.

For this, Byblos Bank launched the Expatriate Package, a fully-fledged range of services and products catered to answer the banking needs of Lebanese expatriates. This offer notably comprises:

- The Expatriate Housing Loan
For clients wishing to own a home in Lebanon.
- The Expatriate Land Loan
For clients wishing to own a land they can build on later.
- The Deposit Account with instant issuance of a Debit Card
For clients who wish to have an account in Lebanon.     

Eligible applicants should be Lebanese citizens with an official residence in a foreign country. They should also conform to other conditions set by the Bank, depending on the products and services they would like to obtain.

 

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