Al Hilal Bank wins top Islamic finance award
Dubai, December 18, 2013
Al Hilal Bank, fully owned by the Abu Dhabi Investment Council, the investment arm of the Government of Abu Dhabi, has been named ‘Best Islamic Financial Pioneer’ at the recent Tatweej Academy for Excellence Awards in Dubai.
The bank was honoured for its valuable contributions towards developing a robust Shariah-compliant financial infrastructure for the region through its initiatives, projects and practices.
A golden ‘Nibras’ Trophy was handed to Al Hilal Bank in recognition of its key modernization and performance enhancement initiatives, strategic partnerships, sustainability programs, and innovative products.
“From its inception Al Hilal Bank set out to be ‘a bank not like any other bank.’ We always strive to be the freshest, smartest and brightest in our field,” said Mohamed Jamil Berro, the Group CEO of Al Hilal Bank
“Our win at the Tatweej Academy for Excellence Awards affirms our exceptional ability to deliver pioneering products and services to our valued customers who are always at the core of our plans and activities. Islamic banking is emerging as a powerful catalyst in a changing global economic order and Al Hilal intends to lead industry in showcasing and harnessing its full potential.”
The Tatweej Academy Excellence Awards is collaboratively organized by the Tatweej Academy for Excellence and Quality and the Arab Organisation for Social Responsibility. The annual event recognizes the leading achievements of prominent Arab figures and organizations in promoting a culture of quality and excellence for the benefit of the Arab community. – TradeArabia News Service
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