Commercial Bank has won the ‘Best Cash Management Bank in Qatar’ award at The Asian Banker Middle East & Africa Transaction Banking Awards 2016 held in Dubai.
The Asian Banker is an authoritative provider of strategic business intelligence to the Asian financial services community. Judged by an international board of advisers, applicants were subject to a stringent assessment process.
Using innovative technologies, Commercial Bank’s specialist team provides corporate customers with a full range of cash management products and services to add value to their business.
These include Corporate Internet Banking, payroll and WPS (Wage Protection System) implementation, Liquidity Enhancing Account Combinations, direct debit, Sweep and Cash Concentration, and door-to-door cash collection and delivery.
Commercial Bank CEO Joseph Abraham said: “Commercial Bank is proud of our track record of supporting Qatari businesses and the economy for a sustainable future. Two awards in two years is testament to the strength of our products, the effectiveness of our sales team and the quality of service provided by our cash management department.
“Winning this award demonstrates that Commercial Bank’s strategy of continual investment in technology and innovation to provide a unique customer and rewards service proposition.”
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