Ahlibank has indeed proved itself to be the No 1 bank in Oman by sweeping the ‘No 1 Best Performing Company’ award at the recently held AIWA Award ceremony at Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa.
Ahlibank topped the list of winners for the second successive year in a row which was followed by other leading banks and non-banking finance companies (NBFC’s) in the Omani market. By winning this award, Ahlibank has become not only the No 1 Best Best of Oman (OER-GBCM award), but also the No 1 Best Performing Company in Oman (AIWA award)
Receiving the Award from Dr Rasheed bin al Safi al Huraibi, Chairman of the Tender Board, Hamdan Ali Nasser al Hinai, Chairman, ahlibank said, “This award has truly set the benchmark for us in the future. By winning this award, our endeavour will be to take our banking services and products a notch higher. I dedicate this award to all the employees working for Ahlibank who strive everyday to offer our customers with the highest quality banking products and services which stands as a testimony of the success we have achieved today.”
The AIWA Awards witnessed some of the leading brand names coming together in one platform and competing for one of the most prestigious awards functions in Oman. Ahlibank amongst others, outshined the award function by topping the list.
“We dare to be different. We're highly experienced, motivated and dedicated to personalised service.
By winning the ‘Best Performing Bank’ award, it only goes to prove that we don’t leave any leaf unturned and make sure to dedicate substantial resources to developing new and better ways to enhance individual and corporate banking experience each and every day,” said Abdul Aziz al Balushi, Chief Executive Officer.
The annual AIWA Best Performing company awards are based on a survey of companies listed on MSM and the survey evaluated key financial parameters to assess the corporate performance of listed companies. The survey was conducted by Gulf Baader Capital Markets and the results validated by KPMG.
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