Ithmaar Bank earns award for its personal finance offerings

Ithmaar Bank, a Bahrain-based Islamic retail bank, was named “Best Bank for Personal Finance in Bahrain” by the World Union of Arab Bankers (WUAB) at a prominent service gone to by senior brokers from over the Middle East.

The honor was introduced to the Ithmaar Bank Deputy Chief Executive Officer Abdul Hakeem Al Mutawa by WUAB Chairman Dr. Joseph Torbey, within the sight of WUAB Secretary General Wissam Fattouh at a service facilitated in Beirut, Lebanon.

Ithmaar Bank earned the renowned honor following a far reaching determination and audit process that was directed by a board of trustees of abnormal state financial specialists and banking experts, also the examination division of the Union of Arab Banks (UAB) and the WUAB.

“It has been, from various perspectives, a time of gigantic development for us at Ithmaar Bank, and we are satisfied that our developing achievement has earned the Bank territorial applause and acknowledgment,” said Al Mutawa. “This, thusly, likewise strengthens Bahrain’s notoriety for being a key banking and monetary administrations center point in the district,” he said.

“The honor is an impression of the significance we connect to consumer loyalty,” said Al Mutawa. “We listen near our clients and endeavor to guarantee we meet or surpass their desires
 – and our honor winning individual account offering is a consequence of this very pledge to client administration magnificence,” he said. “We perceived, for instance, that our clients request brisk endorsements, quicker turnaround times, aggressive benefit rates and open branches – so we custom-made convincing individual financing contributions that were explicitly intended to meet their prerequisites,” said Al Mutawa. “Consistently, we likewise propelled different exceptional ideas on our own financing items,” he said.

“Ithmaar Bank works one of the biggest retail banking systems in Bahrain, with 16 branches and 42 Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in vital areas around the Kingdom,” said Al Mutawa. This makes us one of the most open banks in the Kingdom, and puts us at a special position to all the more likely serve our clients,” he said. — SG