Al Khalij Commercial Bank (Al Khaliji), in recognition of its relentless efforts over years to adapt to market challenges, while introducing premium products and services, has won the ‘Best Premium Bank’ award at the New Age Banking & Finance Awards 2020.
The award was presented in a ceremony held recently at Dusit Doha Hotel. The New Age Banking Awards 2020 gathered banking industry leaders to discuss the changing landscape for financial institutions, as well as cybersecurity and open banking.
On receiving the award, Rana al-Asaad, head of Personal Banking at Al Khaliji, said: “We are honoured to be recognised for our industry-leading premium financial products. Our premium customers have many options when choosing new financial products, and we are thankful to them for entrusting their wealth management to Al Khaliji Bank.
“While this award adds another feather to the cap of Al Khaliji, it inspires us to achieve more. I dedicate this achievement to the support of my dedicated team and thank the organiser for this award on their behalf.”
The New Age Banking & Finance Awards recognises and celebrates outstanding achievements in the banking and finance industry. They are aimed at honouring organisations that have consistently demonstrated exemplary performance.
These awards set a standard of excellence that is held in high regard, and aim to serve as an effective platform for financial institutes to showcase their talent and identify leaders within the industry.
The awards will not just recognise the endeavours of the most successful banking and financial organisations, but will also set a benchmark, inspiring other organisations to attain their own goals.
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