Rashed Mohamed AL Mansouri, UAE Ambassador to Tunis, receiving the award on behalf of Commercial Bank of Dubai.
The Commercial Bank of Dubai (CBD), one of the leading banks in the UAE, has been recognised with the ‘Best Digital Service’ award in the special jury prize category at the ‘Arab Digital Banking Excellence Awards - 2018’, held recently in Tunis, organised by the Union of Arab Banks (UAB).
In its first edition, the Arab Digital Banking Excellence Awards aims to recognise and highlight the efforts of the Arab banking and finance sector in providing digital services and inspiring and motivating all stakeholders to continue providing distinguished services through innovative and digital solutions by utilizing the latest technologies to the development of this sector.
Dr. Bernd van Linder, Chief Executive Officer of Commercial Bank of Dubai said, “It is a matter of immense pride that CBD has won the “Best Digital Service” special jury Award at the 2018 Arab Digital Banking Excellence Awards ceremony. Winning this prestigious award is a notable achievement for Commercial Bank of Dubai and a testament to CBD’s drive towards becoming a truly digital bank. It’s also a validation of the significant investment made by the Bank in digital technology and innovation to meet customer needs through innovative services. I would like to thank Rashed Mohamed Al Mansouri, UAE Ambassador to Tunis, for receiving the award on our behalf.”
Amit Malhotra, General Manager – Personal Banking Group at CBD, said, “We are pleased that UAB has recognised the hard work we have put into our digital banking services. At CBD, customer centricity and convenience lie at the heart of all our initiatives. Understanding today’s busy lifestyle and the need to keep things simple and streamlined, CBD’s digital banking solutions offer simplicity and ease of transaction to its customers, combined with great user experience.”
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