The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) may be gaining ground across Syria and Iraq but the Chairman of Jordan's Capital Bank, Bassem Al-Salem, says it's business as usual.
"ISIS are in Mosul and we are hearing a lot about them," the Al-Salem told CNBC.
"(But) we have a branch in Mosul and we feel that it is not affecting the lifestyle of the people or the business transaction...we don't feel it, let's put it this way."
Al-Salem's Capital Bank holds a 72 percent stake in National Bank of Iraq with several branches in-country, including the one in ISIS-run Mosul.
"We are not doing any commercial banking but the bank is open for depositors to take their deposits if they want to do that," Al-Salem tells CNBC. "some have done so and others have decided to keep it in the bank."