KFH-Bahrain wins JP Morgan quality award
Manama, April 17, 2012
Kuwait Finance House – Bahrain (KFH-Bahrain) was awarded the JP Morgan Outstanding Payments Quality Certificate 2011, in recognition of its superior performance and commitment to quality in the area of fund transfer.
JP Morgan Chase awards the annual quality certificate to honour the quality of services achieved by JP Morgan’s customers who accomplish high standards in service excellence.
Abdulhakeem Alkhayyat, managing director and CEO of KFH-Bahrain, said: “KFH-Bahrain aspires to become one of the leading financial institutions in the region with a reputation for high level quality. We highly appreciate this recognition as it is a testimony to our persistent efforts to create value for all our stakeholders."
Khalid Al Hassan, head of Operations at KFH-Bahrain, said: “Winning this important achievement is the consequence of our employees’ insistence to maintain high standards of quality, accuracy, and strict compliance with our policies. Whether it is our products, services or internal policies, KFH-Bahrain always strives to achieve and sustain the highest standards.”
The Certificate was presented by Ali Moosa, managing director, JP Morgan Chase Bank, Ebrahim Mustafa, executive director of Treasury Services, and Ali Al Zeera, vice president of Treasury Services.
“KFH-Bahrain has consistently worked towards payment quality and demonstrated an understanding of the benefits of achieving cost and processing efficiencies. I would like to congratulate KFH-Bahrain on this achievement and we look forward to working with you to maintain and exceed these outstanding levels of performance,” said Moosa. – TradeArabia News Service
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