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al khaliji adds two more coveted titles to its 'Banker Middle East' awards for 2016
Source: ME NewsWire , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Mon December 12, 2016 10:31 am

QATAR. --(ME Newswire)-- Al Khaliji Commercial Bank (al khaliji) P.Q.S.C., Qatar’s next generation bank, has been recognized for having the ‘Best Premium Bank Service’ and the ‘Best Private Bank Service’ from CPI Financial’s prestigious magazine, adding two more coveted titles to the awards the bank has received from the ‘Banker Middle East’ in 2016 year.

On claiming the ‘Best Premium Bank Service’ title, Ms. Rana Al Asaad, al khaliji Head of Personal Banking noted: “We are honored to continue our winning ‘accolade streak’, which reflects the bank’s success in developing top-tier products that are tailored to premium clients’ needs, coupled with privileges that facilitate banking activities including our dedicated relationship managers, access to upgraded and premium lounges, preferential rates on all types of loans and deposits, and a choice of premium positioned credit cards with multiple benefits to suit an individual’s life style.”

Commenting on the Bank’s ‘Best Private Bank Service’ award, Ms. Al Asaad added:
“Being recognized for having the Best Private Bank Service from the highly regarded ‘Banker Middle East’ is a testament to al khaliji’s Private Banking franchise and its status as one of the most respected within Qatar. The cornerstone of our success is Private Bankers who work with our Qatari clients to help them, by taking the time to understand their needs and investment preferences. We recognize that as Qatar has grown, our clients’ requirements have also evolved and we are well positioned to provide our Private Banking Clients with an exceptional experience in Qatar, UAE and France.”

Throughout 2016, al khaliji has continued to develop its offerings and innovative products and services, to ensure that its Premium and Private Banking clients are always having the best customer experience in the local and regional market.

al khaliji’s award-winning products and level of service reflect the bank’s belief that to be a successful financial institution, the bank must meet the needs of both this generation and future generations of employees, customers, investors and business partners.

 

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