22/07/2018 07:37 AST

Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB), leading provider of Sharia compliant integrated financial solutions, said it has signed a partnership agreement with Dadabhai Travel, one of the leading travel agencies in the kingdom.

This comes on the heels of the Bank’s relaunch of AlThuraya Privileged Banking Services, which offers a selection of new, unique features as part of its ongoing commitment to the continuous development of its products and services, said a statement from BisB.

The deal was signed by Dalal AlQais, the general manager of Retail Banking of BisB and Shahnaz Al Qaseer, the chief operating officer of Dadabhai Travel, in the presence of a number of officials from both the companies, it added.

AlQais said: "At BisB, we are always seeking to cater to the needs of our customers, by offering access to a wide range of exclusive services that simplify their daily life."

"This alliance will allow us to offer our Al Thuraya account holders special travel related deals, promotional offers and exclusive holiday packages," she noted.

Al Qaseer said: "For more than 35 years, Dadabhai Travel has continued to strengthen its position as a leader in the tourism industry of Bahrain."

"We are proud to partner with BisB, the leading provider of Sharia compliant integrated financial solutions, through which we will be able to offer an unprecedented range of services by virtue of our first-rate, experienced consultants at Dadabhai Travel," she added.

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