NBAD names head of private banking
Abu Dhabi, December 18, 2011
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), a leading, has appointed Ghadeer Abu Hijleh as Head of Private Banking - Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.
Abu Hijleh will focus on promoting and expanding NBAD Private Banking business in the region on par with international standards.
She will be working closely with a complete team of dedicated and experienced senior private bankers to provide high net worth individuals (HNWI) with quality relationship management and appropriate investment solutions through deep understanding of their wealth structuring and needs.
Ghadeer and her team will be supported by NBAD’s Asset Management Group, Abu Dhabi Financial Services (ADFS), the brokerage arm of NBAD, Custody and the newly established Investment Group to deliver innovative products and investment solutions suit clients’ needs according to their risk profiles.
“Ghadeer Abu Hijleh has been a valuable member of our team for the last few years. I am delighted that she is taking a new challenge as the Head of Private Banking for Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. I am confident that her skills, experience and dedication would propel NBAD Private Banking to a higher quality in delivering customer service and innovative solutions,” said Ashraf Mazahreh, head of Private Banking of NBAD.
Abu Hijleh joined NBAD Private Banking in 2007. Prior to her recent appointment, she was the regional head of Business Development in Private Banking with focus on the North Africa region.
“I am very excited and proud to be the Head of NBAD’s Private Banking for Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. I will apply the knowledge I gained from my years of experience in wealth management to support and develop business growth of NBAD Private Banking in the UAE and other strategic markets by promoting both; onshore and offshore platforms of the Global Private Banking,” Abu Hijleh said.
Abu Hijleh holds an MBA and has recently enrolled for a doctorate degree in Business Administration focusing on women leadership in the financial services industry. – TradeArabia News Service
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