Emirates NBD extends branch opening hours
Abu Dhabi, February 27, 2010
Emirates NBD has announced that two of its branches in Abu Dhabi - Al Najda branch, located on Najda Street, and the Abu Dhabi main branch, located on Khalifa Street - have extended their working hours till 8pm.
The largest bank in the Middle East by asset size, Emirates NBD said the move was aimed at providing customers in the UAE capital with increased convenience.
This is in addition to its two branches at Al Muhairy Centre and Electra branch, totaling to four Emirates NBD branches in the UAE capital that now operate until 8pm daily, six days a week, the bank said in a statement.
The decision to increase the bank’s operating hours in the nation’s capital comes in response to the busy lifestyles of residents, especially those who work into the evening, said Abdulelah Al Kindly, head of Retail Banking, Abu Dhabi Region, Emirates NBD.
Customers in Abu Dhabi can now take advantage of teller, retail and customer services during these extended timings, which will also be rolled out across other Abu Dhabi and Al Ain branches in the months to come, he added.
“At Emirates NBD, we are committed to providing the maximum level of convenience to our customers wherever they work and live' said Al Kindly.
'By extending the operating hours, we are making life easier for our customers – and therefore making banking with Emirates NBD the obvious choice. In Abu Dhabi and Al Ain region, we also service our clients through nine Priority Banking Centers, one Private Banking Center and a Business Banking center which we are planning to open in the near future,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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