Oman Arab Bank honors 51 long service employees
In recognition of their dedicated years of service, Oman Arab Bank (OAB) honored 51 long-term and retired employees with a special ceremony at the Hormuz Grand Hotel in Muscat. Led by the CEO of OAB, Amin Al Husseini, the Bank paid tribute to the commitment of the honorees and praised their years of success by presenting them with certificates and commemorative gifts.
Speaking at the ceremony, Amin Al Husseini said, “It is the hard work and commitment of our long standing employees that has contributed to preserving and advancing OAB’s legacy of trust and success. We believe that high-performing organizations are built by ambitious employees and I would like to take this opportunity to thank those employees for their commitment to making OAB one of the leading banks in the Sultanate.”
One of the honorees at the ceremony, Ali AlLawati; Head of IT Administration commented, “OAB has always invested in the professional and personal development of its workforce and has, as a result, progressed leaps and bounds since its establishment. I have grown from strength to strength in my career and commend OAB for fostering a positive work environment which will only bring them more success over the coming years.”
Regarded as one of Oman’s employers of choice, OAB has a longstanding tradition of acknowledging and celebrating the dedication of its staff. The Bank’s commitment to its workforce has helped spearhead its incredible growth over the years, which has seen OAB rise to operate more than 65 branches and offices in addition to over 135 ATMs in high footfall locations across the Sultanate.
Oman Arab Bank
Oman Arab Bank SAOC was established in 1984 following the acquisition of Arab Bank’s branches in the Sultanate. Over the past three decades, the Bank has consistently expanded its reach as well as its products and services offering to provide customers in the country with a comprehensive suite of innovative solutions in Retail banking, Corporate and Project finance, Investment banking, trade finance and most recently, Islamic Banking.