OAB organises customer meet for Sanad office clients

Business Saturday 02/June/2018 13:43 PM
By: Times News Service
OAB organises customer meet for Sanad office clients

Muscat: Oman Arab Bank (OAB) recently organised a Customer Meet event for its Sanad office clients. The meet was held at Sundus Rotana Hotel and saw a large turnout of over 100 representatives from various Sanad offices operating within the Wilayat of Muscat, all of whom currently use OAB point of sale (POS) units. The attendees had the opportunity of interacting directly with several members of the senior management from the Bank.
Commenting on the meeting and the close ties shared between OAB and the Sanad Offices, Issa Hashem, Head of e-Payment said, “We have enjoyed a long standing relationship with the Ministry of Manpower, to whom the Sanad offices report. As a result, we have shared close ties with these offices since their opening. Events such as these are vital towards strengthening these ties, as well as keeping them well informed about the latest technological innovations and products introduced by us.”
The event, which took place on April 17, began with a welcome speech and a video on OAB. This was followed by detailed presentations on the Bank’s Corporate Credit Card offerings by Issa Hashem; a product aimed at being promoted through the Sanad offices. An open discussion was then conducted to address any queries the attendees had. A team of highly experienced staff from OAB were present at the event to advise and support customers, if needed.
“These meetings provide us with an opportunity to not only thank our clients for their continued patronage, but also obtain a better understanding of their needs, and the best ways in which to meet them. It also provides us with an avenue through which we can explore additional partnership opportunities,” said Ahmed Amer Al Khrosi, Head of Regional Management and Branch Support, commenting on the event. “The customer meet event was a great success for us, and we are looking into conducting similar events in other Wilayats of the country in the near future.”
Oman Arab Bank was one of the first banks to be established in Oman. Today, the bank operates a nationwide network of 57 branches and 8 representative offices, along with over 150 ATMs, spread across the Sultanate. OAB provides a complete range of financial products and services for personal banking, corporate and investment clients.