KCB opens new branch in Bahrain
Manama, October 13, 2011
Khaleeji Commercial Bank (KCB) has opened its fifth branch of its Bahrain network at Muharraq.
"We are delighted to open our new branch in Muharraq which is the fifth amongst the branch network as part of our strategic plans to expand our network of branches to cover important cities and areas around the kingdom," said chairman Dr Fuad Abdulla Al Omar.
"Our Muharraq branch will provide comprehensive banking solutions to customers living in one of the most important and highly populated areas of Bahrain."
"We are pleased to open this branch this week following the opening of Budaiya branch last week," said chief executive officer Ebrahim H Ebrahim.
"It's our utmost priority to ensure that we reach out to our customers in prime locations that are most convenient to them.” – TradeArabia News Service
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