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Posted On: 6 February 2012 07:39 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:11 pm

QIB opens City Center branch

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Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has opened a new branch at City Center Doha to provide a complete range of Shariah-compliant banking services for individuals and corporate customers. The opening event was attended by QIB’s acting chief executive officer Ahmad Meshri, QIB Group’s managers, executives from various departments, and a number of customers. Hassan Sultan al-Jafali, acting assistant general manager, personal banking, said that the bank is implementing an expansion strategy in order to reach its clients in pivotal areas in Qatar, and to provide excellent banking and financing services that are Shariah-compliant. “Part of QIB’s five-year strategy from 2008 to 2012 is to expand its network to 35 branches. The new branch at City Center takes the bank’s total to 31,” he explained. The inauguration of the City Center branch accompanies the extensive development that the West Bay area is witnessing, it was pointed out. QIB has a network of 130 multi-function ATM machines that provide numerous automated services 24-hours a day. This is in addition to substitute channels services and the customer services call centre, also available around the clock. “The City Center branch will re-inforce QIB’s presence in the West Bay area and allow us to provide our full suite of banking and financial services to our customers including banking accounts, receipt of deposits, different types of financing, investment marketing, fund transfers, bank (ATM, debit and credit) cards and an entire range of Shariah-compliant financial products,” al-Jafali added. Gulf Times