Jordan Islamic Bank wins the Best Islamic Retail Bank in the World Award and Best Islamic Group in Jordan
Jordan Islamic Bank was recently named the best Islamic retail bank in the world and the best Islamic bank group in Jordan for 2010, by World Finance Magazine- London, during the annual evaluation of international banks and investment corporations issued in the magazine.
According to World Finance, winners are chosen based on a wide array of methodological and practical criteria, including customer service and relationship optimization, competitive values, financial stability, geographical spread, in addition to other factors such as innovation, flexibility and social responsibility.
"We at Jordan Islamic Bank are greatly honored to receive these two awards from an esteemed magazine such as World Finance, especially during such highly competitive and tough economic times. This is a testament to the leading role the bank plays in providing retail services, in line with the principles of Shariah," said Jordan Islamic Bank's Vice Chairman, GM and CEO Musa Shihadeh.
"Such awards are a great source of motivation, they urge us to make significant efforts to achieve more success and build on our impressive track record. Therefore, this is an opportunity to renew our commitment to delivering more high- quality services to our valued customers to meet their needs and exceed and their expectations."
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