Wednesday 17, May 2017 by Georgina Enzer

al khaliji takes home three trophies at the 2017 Banker Middle East Industry Awards

al khaliji Commercial Bank (al khaliji) P.Q.S.C., Qatar’s next generation bank, has claimed three coveted titles at the prestigious Banker Middle East Industry Awards 2017.

This is a testament of its excellence in serving clients and providing them with the best banking experience in the country. al khaliji was recognised as Qatar’s ‘Best Corporate Bank’, ‘Best Premium Bank’ as well as taking home the ‘Best Commercial Bank in Qatar’ title, during a gala dinner ceremony recently held at Emirates Towers Hotel in Dubai.

“This is by all means an exceptional achievement that all of us at al khaliji feel proud of. Winning such industry recognition reaffirms al khaliji’s status as a pioneer financial institution in Qatar across its various product lines and banking services, and drives us to aim for greater heights,” said Omar Al Emadi, Head of Corporate Banking at al khaliji.

al khaliji was awarded the sought-after titles following a combination of reader votes and in-depth analysis of financial statements that covered all financial institutions in the region, after which winners were announced, owing to their exceptional performance over their peers across a variety of the most important key performance indicators.

“We are pleased and honoured for being recognised in winning this prestigious award, which reflects the bank’s success in developing top-tier products that are tailored to premium clients’ needs,” said Rana Al Asaad, al khaliji Head of Personal Banking.

The Banker Middle East Industry Awards celebrate the best and brightest of the banking sector and highlight the unrivalled growth and success of financial institutions in the region. The awards cover a variety of financial services including retail, corporate, investment, private banking, asset management, fund management, finance companies and consultancy practises.

al khaliji’s award-winning products and level of service reflect the Bank’s belief that to be a successful financial institution, the Bank must meet the needs of both this generation and future generations of employees, customers, investors and business partners.

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