Banking & Finance
October 16, 2011
Dubai Bank announced today that it has won the Ethos Consultancy award for “Best Bank - Call Centre Performance” at the 2011 Bank Benchmark Index Awards.
NBK launched the “You Choose, We Finance” campaign that offers its customers the opportunity to easily own the property in UK, USA, France, Lebanon, Egypt, UAE and Jordan.
Misys, announces the launch of its enterprise market risk solution, Misys Risk.
Al Hilal Bank has signed a fellowship Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Deloitte, the second largest private professional services organisation in the world.
Mashreq, one of the UAE’s leading financial institutions announced the re-opening of renovated branches in Dubai.
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank was named UAE’s ‘Overall Top Bank in Customer Service’ at the 7th Annual Bank Benchmarking Index for service excellence by Ethos Consultancy.
Bank of London and The Middle East announced the appointmentof Waleed Al-Omar to its senior management team as Director of the MENA region.
Arab Bank was honored at an awards ceremony in Washington DC during the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Institute of International Finance (IIF) meetings.
National Bank of Kuwait has recently conducted the third and last draw of its summer campaign. Saif Zeraatian has won the third stunning Mercedes SLS AMG Coupe 2011.
October 13, 2011
Emirates NBD was named awarded ‘Marketing Department of the Year’ at the eighth annual International Business Awards ceremony, also known as the Stevies from the Greek word for ‘Crowned.’
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), MasterCard Worldwide and GEMS Education today signed an agreement to introduce a loyalty card exclusively for GEMS parents.
Mr. Olsen, Head of Americas Investment Strategy Hans Olsen, CFA says: “With that pattern as a guide, it appears the next bubble could be forming in the sovereign debt of developed economies.”
Gulf Bank’s senior management team recently held an off-site meeting, to begin the process of defining the Bank’s strategy for the coming four years, through to 2015.
Doha Bank has posted a net profit for the 9 months period ending 30 September 2011 of QAR 1.01 billion which represents a significant increase of 13% versus the corresponding period last year.
The private school market is growing rapidly in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), presenting a significant opportunity for investors and school operators.