|Established as Al-Rafah Microfinance Bank.
|Merged with the Arab Palestinian Investment Bank (APIB), forming The National Bank’s (TNB) new corporate identity and transforming to a universal banking solutions and premium corporate, retail, and investment banking services provider.
|The National Bank was classified as the fastest growing bank in the Middle East in terms of assets and liabilities, by CPI Financial, The Banker Middle East Magazine.
|The National Bank acquired the operations of Bank al Etihad to become the first Palestinian bank on record to acquire a Jordanian bank.
|The National Bank became the first bank in Palestine to launch a gender sensitive banking program, contributing to women’s economic empowerment and financial inclusion.
|The National Bank inaugurated the first Palestinian banking branch in Jerusalem after the absence of the Palestinian banking operations in the city for more than 50 years.
|The National Bank upgraded its core banking system with Temenos T24 to start its digital transformation journey.
|The National Bank led a consortium acquiring a major stake in Palestine Islamic Bank (PIB)
|The National Bank introduced the first digital service center of its kind in the Middle East.
|The National Bank and UN Women announce the results of Gender Audit for the bank confirming its commitment to enhance women role in the Palestinian economy.
|The National Bank became the first bank in Palestine to depend on solar energy.
|The National Bank acquired the operations of the Jordan Commercial Bank (JCB).
|The National Bank raised its paid-up capital to $92 million.
|TNB raised its paid-up to $104.6 million to become the second largest Palestinian bank in terms of paid-up capital
TNB raised its paid-up capital to $113.1 million after listing bonus share dividends to reinforce its position as the second largest Palestinian bank in terms of paid-up capital.