As a part of its continuous commitment to developing its network of branches throughout the UAE and to providing clients with the highest quality of services, Arab Bank recently relocated its regional management headquarters to its new offices in Dubai at Emaar Square, Building #2.
The Bank will also be providing its corporate clients with a wide range of services at the new offices. Corporate Service Representatives will be available at the following branches: Deira, Sheikh Zayed Road and Sharjah to receive customers' requests which will be sent for processing to the new Corporate Center at Emaar Square or to its existing Corporate Centre in Jabal Ali – The Galleries.
In addition, Arab Bank’s Dubai branch will be relocated to Al Gurg Tower 3, on Baniyas Road, Deira as of June 7, 2014. The new branch is designed to reflect the highest standards of technological advances to provide banking services to Arab Bank‘s diverse customer base.
Mr. Mohammed Masri, Arab Bank’s UAE Country Manager said, “The relocation of Arab Bank’s offices and main branch is in line with the Bank’s strategy of developing its network of branches and our commitment to providing exceptional banking services within an advanced working environment. Moreover, the new offices and branch have been designed and equipped with the latest technology to better serve our customers.”
The new branch offers all standard banking services and products for individuals such as account openings, cash and check deposits and withdrawals, account enquiries, personal or car loan applications, credit card applications, ATM services, and registration for direct banking services.
It is worth mentioning that Arab Bank opened a new branch toward the end of last year in downtown Jabal Ali – The Galleries. The branch offers all standard banking services to individual and corporate customers.
Arab Bank launched its UAE operations in 1963, and now has a network of seven branches in the Emirates. Today, Arab Bank offers its banking services across the globe and has over 600 branches in 30 countries and across five continents.