KIB hails success of Marketing Campaign to KNPC staff
Kuwait International Bank (KIB)’s display stand on KNPC premises continues to be a key part of the Bank’s marketing drive targeting oil companies. The campaign is in line with KIB’s policy to actively communicate with all society segments.
Tareq Al-Ajlan, Marketing Manager at KIB, said that the KIB campaign for oil companies, which is entitled: “Know Your Muyassara Privileges”, enhanced the bank’s existence at different levels.
Al Ajlan added: “During the campaign, KIB staff met with a number of KNPC’s employees who wished to transfer their salaries to Nafees Account for Men and Rimas Account for Women because of their respective benefits and advantages.”
Al Ajlan said that KNPC staff admired the KIB campaign, which saved them time and effort and gave the Bank the opportunity to communicate with them personally to introduce its products, financial services and other features.
He also promised that the KIB campaign will continue to visit other oil companies to introduce the Bank’s competitive product range to potential new customers, as well as providing services for current customers.
Finally, he praised the Marketing Department’s commitment in helping the Bank expand its business; increasing the number of customers from different society levels and segments; and achieving the best returns for them.
Kuwait International Bank
KIB a bank that operates according to the Islamic Shari’ah from 1st of July 2007, is a public quoted company. It was incorporated in 1973 and was originally known as the Kuwait Real Estate Bank.
As an Islamic bank, KIB’s business covers all banking services including Acceptance of Deposits, Financing Transactions, Direct Investment, Murabaha (auto, real estate and commodities), Ijara Muntahia Bittamleek (Lease-to-own) , Istisna’a, Tawarruq, Credit Cards, Wakala and other products. Corporate projects and finance, Treasury Services, Issuing Letters of Credit (L/Cs), Letter of Guarantee (L/Gs) and Real Estate Dealings and Management of Properties.