ADIB opens a new branch in Shar­jah

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ABU DHABI: Ti­rad Mah­moud, CEO of Abu Dhabi Is­lamic Bank (ADIB), an­nounced on Sun­day the open­ing of the new ADIB branch lo­cated in Al-Wahda Street, Kalba Area, in the Emi­rate of Shar­jah. This is in line with ADIB's com­mit­ment to reach out to its cus­tomers wher­ever they are, and to pro­vide them with Is­lamic bank­ing ser­vices to meet their needs. Through new branches, ADIB aims to en­hance lo­cal pres­ence to keep pace with the con­tin­ued growth of its cus­tomer base and their geo­graphic dis­tri­bu­tion in UAE.

The new branch will open its doors to cus­tomer be­tween 08:00 am and 02:00 pm from Satur­day to Thurs­day, to pro­vide them with a wide range of Is­lamic bank­ing ser­vices in com­fort­able sur­round­ings.

With this branch, the to­tal num­ber of ADIB lo­cal branches reached 61 across the UAE, and 14 in the North­ern Emi­rates, 7 of which are in the emi­rates of Shar­jah. The new branch marks the fourth branch in the East Coast area.

Com­ment­ing on the open­ing of the Kalba branch, Sameh Al-Awadal­lah, Head of Branches at ADIB, said: "We are de­lighted to open the new branch to pro­vide Is­lamic bank­ing so­lu­tions to our cus­tomers in Kalba. Our branch ex­pan­sion re­flects our com­mit­ment to pro­vide lead­ing, top class, Is­lamic fi­nan­cial ser­vices to our cus­tomers. Since we be­gan im­ple­ment­ing our ex­pan­sion strat­egy, we have seen pos­i­tive re­sults of pro­vid­ing cus­tom­ized and spe­cial­ized ser­vices, re­flected by pos­i­tive cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion, as they are able to ful­fil their bank­ing and fi­nan­cial needs in a speedy and ef­fi­cient way." The new ADIB branch will be headed by Ahmed Salem Al Zaabi, who will su­per­vise a highly skilled and trained UAE na­tional team, dis­tin­guished by its knowl­edge of ADIB cul­ture and Is­lamic bank­ing. Demon­strat­ing a 70% Emarati­sa­tion rate, the Kalba branch will cater to its cus­tomers through a thor­oughly skilled UAE na­tional team. -PB News

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