QNB, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has witnessed increasing interest from its premium customers to invest in global markets.
In view of this, the country’s largest lender has enhanced its QNB First global recognition programme, allowing premium banking customers to benefit from its cross-border banking solutions in key markets such as the UK, France, Turkey, Kuwait, Oman and Lebanon with plans to add more.
“The programme allows customers to take advantage of a number of the bank’s offerings, such as global account opening, cross-border mortgage services, and real estate advisory within the selected markets,” its spokesman said.
Under the global recognition programme, QNB customers can open an account in any of the international markets such as the UK, France, Turkey, Kuwait, Oman and Lebanon by visiting any local QNB branch. Along with the account opening, the programme offers customers several free services, including debit cards, cheque books, Internet banking services, transfers between accounts and emergency cash withdrawal. QNB First members can also have global access to their accounts with QNB branches in Qatar, the UK, France, Oman, Kuwait and Lebanon, offering them a global view and free and instant transfers. The global account access through QNB Internet banking is the most innovative solution for managing accounts maintained in various countries with one single view.
“The global recognition programme is designed to offer a wide range of banking solutions to our customers based on their level of activities and banking needs while they’re abroad. This is an excellent opportunity for QNB customers to benefit from bespoke International banking services that will help them become global premium customers,” said Heba al-Tamimi, QNB group general manager (retail).
QNB Group is present, through its subsidiaries and associate companies, in more than 31 countries across three continents, providing a comprehensive range of products and services.
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