NBO appoints assistant GMs in corporate banking division

Business Sunday 03/July/2022 15:22 PM
By: Times News Service
NBO appoints assistant GMs in corporate banking division

Muscat: National Bank of Oman (NBO) has announced the appointment of Mohamed Abdullah Al Dhahab, and Ghadeer Iqbal Ali as Assistant General Managers in its corporate banking division. Bringing over two decades of combined experience to their new roles, they are set to steer forward the bank’s award-winning corporate banking segment, reinforcing NBO as a pioneer in serving its partners with the support of experienced best-in-class expertise.

Anil Kumar, Head of Corporate Banking at NBO, said, “As Corporate Banking continues to grow and become more sophisticated, our offerings are evolving more rapidly than ever before as we face an increasingly competitive regional market. Our teams are critical to this and we are delighted to welcome Mohamed and Ghadeer to senior management, adding to the hand-picked and highly qualified candidates that are supporting us in this segment. Meanwhile, as we continue creating a digitally enhanced customer experience and putting today’s technologies to their best use, their wealth of experience is certain to add value to our efforts, strengthen our position in the corporate banking sphere and ultimately, serve our customers better.”

Ghadeer has more than 10 years of experience in Corporate and Investment Banking, having worked in senior roles with leading financial institutions in Oman. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Sultan Qaboos University. With a focus to grow the bank’s product portfolio, Ghadeer will support new opportunities, promote cross-selling, and structure complex transactions which suit large institutions' needs across various sectors, providing clients with all their banking, financial and investment needs.

Mohamed has more than 13 years of solid experience in the area of Corporate Banking and has worked in various leadership roles in the banking industry. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Strayer University, Washington D.C. In his new role, Mohamed will be responsible for managing the bank’s large corporates and SME departments, ensuring that the bank’s corporate partners can continue to access the resources they need for the development of their business.