ADIB named "Best Islamic Bank in the Middle East – 2010”
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, a top-tier Islamic financial services group, announced today that it has been named "The Best Islamic Bank" in the Middle East at the Banker Middle East Industry Awards 2010.
This tribute underscores ADIB's leadership position in the growing Islamic Finance Sector. ADIB was chosen among fierce competition from the biggest financial institutions at a gala ceremony held in Dubai in the presence of 300 senior and well known members of the regional banking industry. The award was presented to Tirad Mahmoud, CEO of ADIB.
Commenting on the award, Tirad Mahmoud, CEO, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank said: "This is recognition of the significant developments that ADIB has brought about in all facets of its product and service delivery and its customer focus during the last two years. We have already been recognised as last year's most improved bank in customer service by a regional benchmark study. The award today encourages us to work harder towards being a top-tier global Islamic financial services group and to provide Islamic financial solutions for the global community."
Earlier this year, ADIB also won the HRD award from Emirates Institute Of Banking & Financial Studies and the Best Savings Account award at the Banker Middle East Product Awards 2010.
The annual Banker Middle East Industry Awards are designed to recognise banks and financial institutions that are pioneers in finance and have witnessed growth through these turbulent times. The award showcases institutions that are truly innovative and pioneering in their respective areas of finance and are helping to shape the future of finance in the region.
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