Ahli Bank has been awarded Alam al-Iktisaad Wal A’mal (AIWA) Excellence Award 2019 for SME solutions.
HE Badr Al Jabri, Deputy Head of Youth and Human Resources Committee, Shura Council, who was the chief guest, presented the award at the 7 th edition of Oman Forum 2019 organised by Alam al-Iktisaad Wal A’mal (AIWA) magazine at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Qurum.
Mohammed Al Mufargi, AGM, Head of Human Resources, Ahli Bank received the award. Published by United Media Services, Alam al-Iktisaad Wal A’mal is Oman’s leading Arabic business magazine.
“We are indeed pleased to receive the award for Ahli Bank’s exquisite suite of SME solutions
catering to the diverse needs of Oman’s economy. Ahli Bank has been in the forefront
for supporting SME initiatives and providing funding for SME business. The award is in
recognition of delivering maximum value to the SME segment. SMEs are the backbone of the Sultanate’s economy and the Bank’s SME products and services are unique in Oman,” said Mohammed Al Mufargi – Assistant General Manager, Head of Human Resources.
“At Ahli Bank, we recognise the presence of SMEs in Oman and understand their needs for
innovative and effective banking solutions. Our SME Banking division has a team of experienced customer-focused relationship managers with wide sector experience who can offer a range of products suitably structured to their needs. Our aim is to facilitate businesses reach it’s fullest with customised product packages, responsive services and access to expert advice.” he added.
Ahli Bank was also the strategic partner of the Forum. The 2019 Forum comprised two panel sessions – Promoting National Talent and Entrepreneurship Development. Mohammed Al Mufargi, AGM, Head of Human Resources, Ahli Bank participated in the session on Promoting National Talent, where he highlighted the bank’s programme to train graduates to don various middle and senior level positions.
Ahli Bank has made significant progress in building its retail and corporate business, diversifying its portfolio through catering to the demands of the corporate businesses in the Sultanate while carefully differentiating the needs of the premium and private banking segments as well as the SME segment.