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2.55 Million Dinars before tax the Semi-Annual Profits 2021 of the Comprehensive Leasing Company

The Comprehensive Leasing Company announced the interim financial results for the first half of the current year for the financial period ending on the 30th of June 2021, during which the company achieved an increase in net profit after taxes, with a growth rate of 11.3% compared to the same period last year, reaching 1,939,913 Million Jordanian Dinars compared to 1,742,487 Million Jordanian Dinars for the year 2020. The semi-annual financial statements also showed that the total Shareholders’ Equity after dividends amounted 19,678,788 Million Jordanian Dinars by the end of June 2021.

Commenting on the financial results, Mr. Elia Jad Wakileh, Member of the Board of Directors and General Manager of the company said: “At a year full of challenges for the Kingdom imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, which resulted some exceptional conditions and had a significant impact on business and the environment, the company showed high resilience in performance that enabled it to withstand these challenges, and had the courage to take difficult decisions that was necessary to maintain the continuity of its business and adapt to the current circumstances”.

Wakileh added, “Given that social responsibility is a primary priority for us, and in fulfillment to our obligations towards the society in which we operate in, the company has organized a series of initiatives aimed to support the national campaign carried out by the Ministry of Health to eliminate the Covid-19 pandemic by granting a grace period of two months to all new customers registered on the Covid-19 vaccine platform, in addition to granting a discount of 2% on the annual interest rate to all new customers who received the first or second dose of the vaccine, and with the aim of easing the burdens of life on citizens, the company postponed the payment of the holy month of Ramadan to all customers automatically and exempted them from paying any fees or commissions for this postponement”.



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