Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the Sultanate, has evoked big response to 2016 Green Sports programme as sports teams from across the Sultanate are seeking support for greening and infrastructure development of football fields.
NBO will innovate to meet and exceed customer expectations. The bank will also continue its effort to become the bank of choice, says CEO, Ahmed Al Musalmi.
HE Hamoud bin Sangour Al Zadjali, Executive President of the Central Bank of Oman says that the resilience and flexibility of Oman’s banking sector will enable it to stand up to the challenges of oil price decline in the global market.
Giving a major thrust for micro and small businesses to play an important role in diversifying the Sultanate’s economy and creating job opportunities for Omani youth, Bank Muscat najahi products and services have created a benchmark.
Following the resounding success of its 2015 Savings Scheme, BankDhofar unveiled the new edition of the customer rewards campaign for the year 2016, increasing the number of winners and offering more valuable cash prizes in the weekly and monthly draws.
Earlier this year, to mark 45th National Day, NBO created 15 universities scholarships for students from low-income families, who upon completion of their studies will be offered a two-year employment contract with the bank.
Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the Sultanate, in step with the strategy for the coming period has unveiled a new Organisational Structure bringing on board competent Omani employees who have recorded remarkable career achievements and leadership skills.
National Bank of Oman (“NBO”) provided a platform for its employees to encourage the conceptualization of new and innovative ideas and solutions that could enhance business processes and improve customers’ banking experience.
Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the Sultanate, has won a prestigious award from J P Morgan Bank in recognition of operational excellence in the field of dollar payments processing.
Private deposits of commercial banks in the Sultanate as at the end of October 2015 rose by 8.10 per cent to OMR11,786.1 million compared to OMR10,902.6 million in the corresponding period last year, according to the monthly statistical bulletin published by the Central Bank of Oman (CBO).