Arab Bank named ‘Best Cash Manager’
Doha, December 1, 2013
Arab Bank won the ‘Best Cash Manager in the Middle East 2013’ from the Global Investor ISF Magazine, published by Euromoney, at a ceremony held in Doha recently.
The Jordan-based bank was recognised for its global cash management offering and performance in the corporate banking services field during the year.
Nemeh Sabbagh, CEO, said: “The bank’s extensive presence in five continents with over 600 branches across 30 countries positions it as the leading provider of cross-border services and the ideal partner for regional and international corporations looking to expand their business.”
“This award reaffirms our continuous commitment toward providing innovative cash management solutions to our corporate customers while maintaining high-standards of service,” he added.
Nadya Talhouni, senior VP and head of cash management and trade finance, said: “Arab Bank's cash management offering comprises a wide range of innovative and highly-customised online products and services tailored specifically to allow our corporate customers to manage their business transactions from anywhere in the world effectively and safely.
"Our cash management services have helped many corporations manage their business operations, capital and liquidity more efficiently.” - TradeArabia News Service
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