DIB unveils new Islamic banking concept
Dubai, July 2, 2011
Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB), a leading UAE-based bank, has opened the doors of a new concept - the first exclusive Al Islami Private Banking branch - for its clients.
Al Islami Private Banking is privileged banking at its very best and offers customers a wide array of Islamic banking products and services - including special structured investment solutions, deposits and treasury products, tailor-made banking solutions, share financing and much more, said a DIB statement.
The new branch on Al Maktoum Road in Dubai offers greater convenience and a range of exclusive services for Al Islami Private Banking customers, it stated.
This stand-alone private banking branch is in addition to the 15 private banking centres located at various DIB branches across the UAE, it added.
At the Al Maktoum Road branch, Private Banking customers will have access to the personalised services of highly-experienced relationship managers who will help them identify and achieve their financial goals.
“DIB began its journey in 1975 with the opening of our first branch at Al Maktoum Road, Dubai. It's no coincidence then that we are opening our first new concept Private Banking branch at the same location,” said Abdulla Al Hamli, CEO speaking at the opening of the new branch.
“The launch of this exclusive branch reiterates our commitment to offering our Private Banking customers the most sophisticated, innovative banking services available in the UAE,” he added.
Dr Adnan Chilwan, deputy CEO, chief of vonsumer and wholesale banking, DIB, said, “We are constantly evaluating the needs of our premium customers and developed the new branch to offer them a more personalised banking environment.”
“Customers who visit the new concept branch will be able to fulfill their banking requirements in complete comfort and luxury. As part of DIB’s growth strategy, we plan to launch many more Private Banking branches across the UAE over the next few years,” he noted.-TradeArabia News Service
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