Doha Bank has won the ‘Best local bank in Qatar’ award at the ‘EMEA Finance Middle East Banking Awards 2017’.
The award recognises “top accomplishments” of the region’s leading financial institutions, and assesses the products and services of commercial and investment banks, Islamic banks, private banks, asset managers and brokers, and leading law firms in the Middle East.
In its ninth edition, the awards celebrated Doha Bank’s contributions towards strengthening the financial landscape in Qatar and the wider region. The ceremony was held at the Conrad Hotel, and Doha Bank was represented by Nael Zahi Rashed el-Zagha, head (Dubai branch).
Group CEO, Dr R Seetharaman lauded the efforts of the team and said, “Doha Bank has been at the forefront of developing leading banking solutions for our valued customers in Qatar and across the region. Earning the reputation of being one of the leading financial institutions in the country comes with the responsibility of constantly evolving with changing demands and introducing in-trend products and services. It is this responsibility, coupled with our relentless dedication to understanding customer needs, collaborating with stakeholders and investing in research, that helps us usher in innovative solutions that empower customers to bank with convenience and safety.”
“We are extremely delighted on winning the trophy at the EMEA Finance Middle East Banking Awards 2017, and are confident that this laurel will motivate us to bring more resilience to our business and bolster stakeholder confidence,” he added.
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