Aman Bank was one of the first banks to start operating during that time according to this law, that was later replaced by Banking Law No. 1/2005 which specifies Article 65 for the activities authorized for commercial banks in Libya.
And after 17 years of experience working with various international institutions in the Libyan market, Aman Bank has become the largest private Libyan bank with a capital of 300,000,000 Libyan dinars, and in 2023 Aman Bank's capital was raised up to 600,000,000 Libyan dinars fully owned by Libyan private sector founders.
Therefore, Aman Bank became the largest private financial institution in Libya with total assets estimated at 2,104,000,000,000 Libyan dinars on December 31, 2020.
Aman Bank for Trade and Investment was among the top leading banks in Libya to reserve for itself a leading position among the elite of international companies and institutions.