Muscat: Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the Sultanate, in step with its ‘Let’s Do More’ vision and commitment to partnership, hosted a ceremony in honour of Frances Fitzgerald, Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland and the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation.
The reception held at the bank’s head office was attended by the delegation accompanying the Irish Deputy Prime Minister, senior government officials and the bank’s Management Team members.
Frances Fitzgerald expressed optimism on the growing relations between Ireland and Oman. The visit has been helpful to explore new commercial prospects and build on the already strong links that Ireland and Irish companies have in Oman and the region, she added.
Waleed Al Hashar, deputy chief executive officer, said: “The visit of the Irish Deputy Prime Minister to Oman marks an important development in the joint investment, trade and business relations between Oman and Ireland. In pursuance of the private sector role in the economic development of Oman, Bank Muscat is proud to support initiatives between counterparts in Oman and Ireland. Ever since Oman and Ireland embarked on trade and investment relations, Bank Muscat has been associated with many of these developments. The bank remains committed to playing a key role in facilitating mutually beneficial association with counterparts in Ireland, thereby contributing to the strengthening of relations between the two countries.”
As the leading financial services provider in the Sultanate, Bank Muscat is focused on exploring mutually beneficial association to facilitate trade and investment with counterparts across the world. Bank Muscat is very active in trade finance and financial institution (FI) business, with FI risk appetite covering prominent global markets.