Arab Bank reopens Bahrain branch
Manama, October 10, 2011
Arab Bank, a leading financial institution in the Middle East, has reopened its newly renovated Gudaibiya branch on Shaikh Isa Al Kabeer Avenue in the Al Mousa Building in Manama.
'Arab Bank continues to grow and maintain its commitment to providing the best banking services for our customers in Bahrain,' said executive vice-president and Bahrain country manager Amin Husseini.
'We have been present in Bahrain for more than 50 years, which not only reflects the importance of this market to Arab Bank, but also stands as testament to Arab Bank's well entrenched network in the greater Mena region.'
'We aim to strategically enhance our branch network in the kingdom and allow our customers to have greater access to the suite of products and services that Arab Bank provides,' added head of consumer banking Zaid Ahmad.
'Arab Bank provides a wide range of innovative banking products and solutions in Bahrain and at the highest international standards.'-TradeArabia News Service
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