QNB Group, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has been named this year’s “Leader in Trade for Qatar” by Global Trade Review (GTR) magazine.
QNB received the award based on the efficiency of its efforts to enhance the banking experience of its corporate customers, by launching a range of digital products and innovative services to enhance its market share in the domestic corporate, commercial and small and medium enterprises sectors.
QNB’s trade finance products are designed to meet the needs of local, as well as multinational corporations, thus allowing customers to run their companies with greater efficiency.
The online trade portal platform, offers a single window for customers seeking access to trade finance products, all in one place, enabling the facilitation and origination of transactions, simply and securely.
Under the recent environment, impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, QNB has successfully launched a campaign to provide online services to all corporate customers, minimising the need for original paperwork, or physical visits to branches.
Through the platform, customers can manage, download and upload relevant documents electronically without the need for physical interaction.
The GTR Leaders in Trade awards and GTR Best Deals highlight and recognise excellence in the trade, commodity, supply chain, export finance and Fintech markets. Each year GTR recognises the market’s pioneering institutions and top performers from around the world.
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