The recognition highlights ADIB’s record of delivering innovative Sharia’a compliant products to its customers.WAM
ABU DHABI: The Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB), a leading financial institution, was named “Best Islamic Bank in the Middle East” and “Best Islamic Bank in the UAE” at the EMEA Finance Middle East Banking Awards 2019.
The recognition highlights ADIB’s record of delivering innovative Sharia’a compliant products to its customers, while consistently providing high-quality personalised services, both in branches and online. The bank also received the “Best Corporate Social Responsibility Award.”
The award was launched in 2008 and distinguishes the best-performing commercial, investment and Islamic banks, as well as asset managers and brokers, in countries across the Middle East. Its winners are chosen based on a readers’ poll, as well as on feedback from industry analysts, corporate executives, financial experts and independent research.
Regarding winning the award, Khamis Bu Harron, ADIB Vice Chairman, said, “Winning such a reputable award is testament to the hard work of my colleagues at ADIB. Over the last year, the bank has enhanced its offerings to customers by introducing new digital banking services and enriching customer experiences across its branch network.
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