Commercial Bank was awarded ‘Best Small Franchise in Europe, Middle East and Africa’ by Diners Club International at an exclusive event in Switzerland attended by Diners Club franchise holders and Diners Club senior officials.
Commercial Bank has a longstanding relationship with Diners Club International, seen as a trend setter in the region. The bank has the exclusive rights to issue and acquire Diners Club Cards in Qatar and Oman, and they form a key product proposition in a range of credit card packages offered by the bank. Commercial Bank also offers the highly exclusive Diners Club Black Credit Card as a flagship product for high net worth individuals in Qatar.
Commercial Bank AGM, head of Cards and Payments, Roya Khajeh said: “We are delighted to win such a prestigious award from Diners Club International, one of the leading payment technology companies in the world. Commercial Bank has a long and proud strategic relationship with Diners Club credit cards for over 20 years.
“We consider our partnership very important towards expanding our business, providing new products, opening new business opportunities, and supporting business activities for all our customers.”
She added: “Commercial Bank always ensures to improve quality of service, adopting more professional standards and introducing innovative concepts that enrich banking experience and maintain our position as leaders for innovation and customer service.”
Commercial Bank has been an issuer and an acquirer of credit cards in Qatar and Oman, providing customers with a host of market-leading benefits and offers, including access to Diners Club airport lounges across the world.
Commercial Bank said the award “is a fitting recognition” of its commitment to offer a diversified range of payment solutions to customers, and continued focus on value added services to the bank’s customers through Diners Club cards and achieve Commercial Bank’s strategic goal of being the ‘Best Bank in Qatar’ and the ‘Qatari Bank of Choice’.
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