Ahli Bank inaugurates new branch at Mall of Muscat

Roundup Wednesday 11/March/2020 18:18 PM
By: Times News Service
Ahli Bank inaugurates new branch at Mall of Muscat

Muscat: Leading financial institution Ahli Bank has opened a new branch at the Mall of Muscat in Mabellah to cater to its growing customer base. With this opening, the bank now has a total of 27 branches in the Sultanate.
Sheikh Ibrahim bin Yahya Al Rawahi – Wali of Wilayat A’Seeb inaugurated the new branch in the presence of members of the bank’s senior management, branch and departments managers, as well as a group of customers.
The opening of the Mall of Muscat branch reflects the bank's strategy to strengthen its on-ground presence and services outreach across the Sultanate, while also offering a wide array of banking services so that customers can conveniently combine banking with shopping and leisure activities. Similar to all Ahli Bank’s existing branches, this new branch will provide the full range of Ahli Bank’s retail and commercial banking services to customers.
Commenting on the new branch opening, Muneer Al Balushi, AGM - Head of Retail Distribution from Ahli Bank, elucidated: “We are constantly looking for ways to ensure we provide our customers with convenient access to high-quality products and services through our presence at strategic locations throughout the Sultanate. This latest branch opening is in line with these efforts, our growth strategy and customer-centric approach.”
He added: “Through the launch of the new branch, we are committed to bringing the entire spectrum of lifestyle experiences and services to our customers at Mall of Muscat. Also, while we recognise the importance of digital banking services, and have been making great strides in that area, we recognise the importance of the human touch and interaction with our clients. By opening new locations according to demand, we aim to deliver a seamless customer-centric experience by providing our clients with leading services that are complemented by physical locations.”