Mashreq wins best retail bank award
Dubai, June 13, 2012
Mashreq, a leading financial institution in the UAE, received the ‘Best Regional Retail Bank Award’ at the recent Banker Middle East Industry Awards 2012 in Dubai.
Farhad Irani, head of Retail Banking attended the awards ceremony and received the award on behalf of AbdulAziz Al Ghurair, CEO of Mashreq.
Al Ghurair said: “This award is a direct recognition of Mashreq’s long standing history and we are very proud to be a recipient of it. Our commitment to this market and the Region is a priority.”
“The banking industry has weathered various crises; however collectively we have succeeded to overcome it. At Mashreq, we are continuously challenging and developing ourselves for the past four decades.”
The award seeks to showcase successful institutions within the region and highlight not only profits, but performance measure and recognizing innovation and development achieved by the most forward thinking institutions in the Middle East, setting the benchmark for excellence amongst the region's financial institutions.
Farhad Irani, head of Retail Banking Group, Mashreq said: “The Best Regional Retail Bank Award is truly a testimony to Mashreq’s retail strategy and the effort that has been put into it by my team to develop a range of revolutionary products and services. Our constant focus is to delight our customers by creating powerful propositions.
"We are committed to ‘Kaizen’ a process of constant improvement to outperform ourselves and ensure that we never veer off-course.”
Nominees for the Banker Middle East Award were selected by a panel of banking and financial experts, which were then voted by the readers of Banker Middle East magazine.
A record number of participants from the Mena region their votes based on overall performance, innovation, and improvements to determine the winners in the 23 categories. – TradeArabia News Service
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