Gulf Bank has announced the opening hours for their 44 branches during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
The Bank will officially open at 10:00 am until 1:30 pm, and evening shifts will commence from 8:00 pm until 10:00 pm. The KOC, Ministries Complex, Mina Al Zour, Shuwaikh Port, Shuaiba, Sabhan and Sulaibiyah branches will open from 10:00 am until 1:30 pm only.
These opening hours reflect the demands of Gulf Bank’s customers across Kuwait and reflect their needs and requirements in receiving premium banking services by setting convenient working hours that suits their need during Ramadan.
Gulf Bank is Kuwait’s second largest commercial bank and has one of the most extensive networks of local branches and was one of the first to open during the evening to accommodate customer requests.
Customers also have round-the-clock access to Gulf Bank’s telebanking service on 805805 where staff are also available to speak to customers directly, and online banking at www.e-gulfbank.com , Gulf Bank’s bilingual website.
About Gulf BankGulf Bank is Kuwait’s second largest and fastest growing commercial bank. Established in 1960, Gulf Bank has since progressed to becoming an industry-leading financial services provider complemented by a large network of 44 branches strategically positioned in key locations in Kuwait for the banking convenience of customers. Gulf Bank – awarded ‘Best Retail Bank in the Middle East’ in 2005 and 2006 by Banker Middle East – routinely surpasses its competition by focusing on one simple strategy: delivering superior customer satisfaction. Gulf Bank has consistently delivered strong financial results in a highly competitive market environment reflecting its well focused and effective business strategies.The Bank continues to grow and evolve its leadership position within the Kuwait banking community as a result of its innovative Transformation and Actualization Strategies that have been the driving force behind its management, operations and remarkable success since 1999. The main businesses of the bank are Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, Treasury, International Banking and Investment Management.