Meethaq extends home finance for project in Qurm

Business Saturday 13/February/2016 18:25 PM
By: Times News Service
Meethaq extends home finance for project in Qurm

Muscat: Meethaq, the pioneer of Islamic banking in Oman from Bank Muscat, and Badr Group signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to facilitate Meethaq home finance for Dhalia project in Al Qurm.
Sulaiman Al Harthy, deputy chief executive officer (Islamic Banking), and Yasir Abdul Karim Al Lawati, chief executive officer of Badr Development company, signed the MoU at the bank’s head office.
“Committed to sustainable social and economic development, Meethaq is happy to be associated with Dhalia project to provide innovative home finance in line with Sharia principles. The real estate sector is a major component of the national economy and Meethaq Islamic Banking is committed to extending a helping hand for easy access to Sharia-based home finance,” said Sulaiman Al Harthy.
“Badr Group is proud to join hands with Meethaq Islamic Banking in extending attractive home deals. The cooperation between the two institutions will benefit citizens to fulfill their dream homes in Dahlia project comprising 72 residential units. The project is scheduled for completion in 2017,” siad Yasir Abdul Karim Al Lawati.
Meethaq offers Shari-based home finance to suit everyone’s needs with simplified documentation and processing across the network of branches in Oman. The residential segment of the real estate sector in Oman is witnessing buoyant trends in light of the growth in population as well as the developing economy. The deregulation granting property ownership rights to GCC nationals and expatriates has also attracted Oman as an investment destination.
Meethaq offers a full suite of Islamic banking products and services, including savings account, current account, home finance, auto finance, credit card, mobile banking and internet banking.
Presently, Meethaq has 17 branches across the Sultanate and plans to expand the network as well as launch new products and services to complement the unique Islamic banking experience. The bank has invested in staff, systems and controls to ensure the service is delivered in a professional, segregated and fully Sharia-compliant manner.
Meethaq has adopted the best practices in Islamic banking and finance worldwide to combine a robust model which protects customers and complements the Islamic banking industry. Every Meethaq product goes through the process of Sharia-compliance certification by the Sharia Supervisory Board and is created in line with the guidelines of the Central Bank of Oman.