National Bank Of Oman Extends Remittance Services To Bangladesh Embassy In Muscat
Continuing to make banking ever more accessible and convenient, National Bank of Oman (NBO) has introduced remittance services to the Embassy of Bangladesh in Muscat. Taking advantage of the bank’s secure and approved international transfer network, the new service will help the Bangladesh community to make affordable and fast transfers to friends and family in their native language.
With competitive exchange rates in several currencies, NBO customers can also instantly send funds of up to OMR 7,500 from their account using the bank’s digital remittance service available anywhere at any time through the award-winning NBO Mobile App.
Tariq Atiq, Chief Retail and Digital Banking Officer at NBO, said, “At NBO we know how vital sending money home is to our expatriate customers, and so we are always trying to find ways to make it even easier. Adding to the growing number of affiliations with embassies, we are proud to partner with the Embassy of Bangladesh to provide our customers working and visiting there with greater access to our services. At the same time, we continue to strive to deliver seamless, convenient and flexible banking experiences that are accessible to all.”
NBO’s remittance service continues to offer convenient, fast and easy way to send money abroad. Meanwhile, the bank encourages its customers to take advantage of its digital banking App, which allow them to remit safely and securely, any time of the day or night, to Bangladesh as well as India, Pakistan, Egypt, Philippines, Indonesia and the UAE. The beneficiary will then receive the money on the same day.
For more information about NBO’s international transfer services, please visit www.nbo.om.
National Bank of Oman
Founded in 1973, National Bank of Oman was the country’s first local bank, forging a rich history with Oman’s local businesses and its economy at large. Today, it is one of the largest banks in Oman, with a paid up capital of OMR (Omani Rials) 110.8 million (US$ 288 million) and a regulatory capital of OMR 377.8 million (US$ 981 million)*.