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Loan with a cause
With Every Personal Loan from Bank of Beirut, a donation of your choice can be given to the Lebanese Red cross to save more lives!

Loan Features

  • Loan amount ranging between USD 2,000 and USD 50,000 (or C/V in LBP)
  • Up to 3 months grace period
  • Fast approval and easy application process
  • Repayment period: up to 6 years
  • Interest rate applicable: 11.7% for loans in USD & 12.7% for loans in LBP
  • File fees:
    • USD 100 For Loan ≤ $10,000 or C/V in LBP
    • USD 150 For $10,001 ≤ Loan ≤ $25,000 or C/V in LBP
    • USD 200 for Loan above $ 25,001 or C/V in LBP

- For Example, for Loan amount of USD 35,000, over 6 years monthly payment USD 698 with interest 11.7%, the APR is 14.42%
- The settlement of monthly payments will be executed through one of the available accounts (i.e. Blink account, Winner account, salary domiciliation or other if available).
- The monthly fees of the Settlement Account (for example 3$ for a Blink account) are not taken into consideration in the typical APR calculation.*The first year free life insurance is applicable for loans having a periodicity of 4, 5 or 6 years for all amounts

Required Documents

  • Copy of your ID
  • Proof of residence: electricity or telephone bill
  • Proof of income: authenticated salary attestation (for employees)or statement of account for the last 6 month (for self-employed). If no salary domiciliation is available, guarantor is required

Eligibility Criteria

The applicant should be:
  • A Lebanese resident
  • Age: 18 till 64 years old (Minus loan repayment period)
  • Have a stable income; employed or self-employed

Ask for the Key Facts Statement for additional details
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