*At the heart of Doha’s Central Business District, the Commercial Bank Metro Branch will offer convenient personal banking services for metro commuters
Commercial Bank has opened its first Metro based branch at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center (DECC) Metro Station (Red Line).
This, Qatar’s premier bank said is part of its commitment to Qatar National Vision 2030.
At the heart of Doha’s Central Business District, the Commercial Bank Metro Branch will offer convenient personal banking services for metro commuters, including digital account opening services, instant cheque book as well as cash Services via self-service machines.
Amit Sah, Commercial Bank executive general manager and head (Retail Banking) said, “Metro initiative is an important part of upgrading the transport sector in Qatar, with State patronage. We are pleased to partner this world class national development, by bringing in best-in-class convenience in banking to the travelling public and the community at large. We believe that this will be the beginning of a fresh transformation and will define the next generation of banking in the marketplace.”
Reham Sabri Thawabi, assistant general manager and head (Branch Network) was pleased to announce the opening Metro Branch at the DECC station.
She said, Commercial Bank Metro Branch is “ready to receive customers forthwith”, adding that, “this is the latest step in rolling out a differentiated branch strategy, seamlessly blending digitalisation with brick and mortar, in sync with the times.
Branch services include self-service lobby, offering state-of-the art house digital based services including combo ATMs, with cash withdrawal and deposit features, in addition to housing a, on-demand cheque book-printing unit.
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