Bank Nizwa is Oman’s first dedicated Islamic bank offering a unique banking experience that combines Shari’a-compliant products and services with today’s dynamic financial requirements. Since its inception in January 2013, the Bank has become a reliable partner to a growing customer-base, a market that is actively seeking an alternative to conventional banking. With a number of innovative and competitive propositions, its portfolio ranges from a full suite of personal banking solutions to relationship management and treasury products for global markets.
Bank Nizwa joins Dar Al Atta’a for World Food Day
Commemorating World Food Day, Bank Nizwa recently partnered with Dar Al Atta’a, one of Oman’s largest non-profit organizations, in an initiative to distribute food and essential supplies to over 500 underprivileged families across the Sultanate.. Inspired by the values of its Masoliyati program, the bank’s employees joined other volunteers from the public and private sector to collect non-perishable items including rice, flour, milk, coffee, tea, sugar, wheat, oil and canned foods.
Dr. Ashraf Al Nabhani, said, “We have maintained a dedication to giving back to local communities any way we can, a conviction that directly inspired our partnership with Dar Al Atta’a. Together, we implemented an integrated approach that has brought benefits to dozens of families and reaffirmed Masoliyati’s promise to enrich local communities through social contributions.”
Since its inception in 2014, Bank Nizwa’s Masoliyati program has successfully served as a volunteering platform founded under the theme of ‘Responsibility’. Through Masoliyati, Bank Nizwa, staff has embraced opportunities to champion charitable initiatives across the Sultanate. To date, the program has successfully launched a number of high-impact projects including its annual Iftar Sa’em outreach program organized every Ramadan, coastal beach clean-ups designed to preserve Oman’s picturesque coastline, and blood donation drives that have provided blood banks in the Sultanate with urgently needed plasma.
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