Al Khalij Commercial Bank (Al Khaliji) has been named the “Best Private Bank in Qatar” by Global Finance magazine’s 2015 World’s Best Private Banks Awards.
The awards recognise the world’s largest and leading institutions operating in the private banking industry. Rankings and results follow an independent, exhaustive, and all-encompassing nomination and judging process.
The Global Finance editorial board selects the final winners among submitted entries from across the globe based on market research and analysis, input from industry analysts and executives, third-party data, and customer feedback from users of private banking services.
Al Khaliji Group CEO Fahad al-Khalifa, said: “In a highly-competitive market, Al Khaliji has once more demonstrated its robust position and capabilities in the Private Banking realm.
“The world’s best Private Banks Awards recognise institutions that have consistently grown in market share, evolved product and service developments, and raised the bar for customer service excellence in this arena. Our ranking as the best private bank in Qatar is a testament to our ability to deliver exceptional premium banking, which remains a core pillar leading our business.”
Founded in 1987, Global Finance is headquartered in New York and present across 163 countries around the world. Building on a 28-year heritage in international financial markets, Global Finance’s awards for top performers serve as trusted, international benchmarks for excellence.
With its experienced team of private bankers who aim to build enduring and lifetime relationships with private banking clients, Al Khaliji offers services across three geographical areas namely, Qatar, the UAE, and France. Al Khaliji’s private banking was built on pillars such as privacy, transparency, financial strength, and international presence.
The Global Finance accolade extended a slew of wins for Al Khaliji this year. Among other accolades, the bank was awarded as Best Premium Bank in the Middle East by Banker Middle East and as Best Bank for Investor Relations in Qatar in 2015.
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