In its annual Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey, international magazine Euromoney has recognised Commercial Bank’s continuous commitment to technology and high-end services through two prestigious awards-The “Serving Business Owners” and the “Data Management and Security” awards in Private Banking and Wealth Management in Qatar for 2021.
Every year, Euromoney magazine conducts a market survey to measure key financial and market indicators such as wealth management and data security. The survey is based on peer review of firms, where firms are rated by their competitors.
In the Technology category, Commercial Bank won the “Data Management and Security” award, and in the Services category the Bank was recognised with the “Serving Business Owners” award in Private Banking and Wealth Management in Qatar.
Commercial Bank GCEO Joseph Abraham said, “Commercial Bank is committed to digital innovation to enhance the experience of our customers and these awards reflect the strength of our best-in-class digital products and services.”
Commenting on the win, Amit Sah, executive general manager and head (Retail Banking) said, “Winning these awards comes as a result of Commercial Bank’s commitment to innovation in addition to its excellent performance in private banking area. Our focus has been on creativity and innovation, driven by enhanced value for customers, and we are delighted that our efforts have been recognised by such leading magazine.”
In 2020, Commercial Bank was recognised by major international awarding bodies and received over 15 awards highlighting the bank’s immense efforts in innovation, digital banking, leadership, social media, cash management, and transaction banking.Last updated: March 02 2021 06:28 PM
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