QNB, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has announced Ali Abdulla al-Maadeed as the fourth winner for the month of August of the ‘Triple your Salary’ campaign, running until September 30 and targeting QNB First Members.
The campaign gives the opportunity for existing QNB First Members to enter draws and get the chance to triple their salaries by simply applying for a QR180,000 personal loan and by applying for a mortgage of more than or equal to QR2mn for new QNB First Members who transfer their salaries to QNB during the campaign period. A minimum salary of QR35,000 is required.
On this occasion, Adel Ali al-Malki, general manager Group Retail Division, said: “We congratulate the winner of our August draw. As we continue to reward our customers through the year by offering them unique rewards and campaigns, QNB First Members are encouraged to actively participate and stand a chance to be the last lucky winner of this year’s triple salary campaign.”
QNB First provides its members with a set of tailoured products and services to ensure the highest levels of luxury and comfort, including QNB First Premium Credit Cards, Special Deposit, and Loan Products, Lifestyle Privileges, and Priority Services.
In addition to Global Recognition Programme, free access to international airport lounges worldwide, Cross Boarder Mortgages, and customised Wealth Management solutions. These products and services are available to QNB First members in Qatar and the international market, including Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Kuwait, Oman, UK, and France.
QNB Group, currently ranked as the most valuable bank brand in the Middle East and Africa, is proud to be the Official Middle East and Africa Supporter of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Through its subsidiaries and associate companies, the Group extends to more than 31 countries across three continents providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. The total number of employees is 27,000 operating through 1,000 locations, with an ATM network of more than 4,600 machines.
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