Sharjah Islamic Bank wins two prestigious international awards

Sharjah Islamic Bank wins two prestigious international awards
Sharjah Islamic Bank wins two prestigious international awards
Sharjah 24:
Sharjah Islamic Bank won the “Best Islamic Bank” and the “Most Innovative Digital Bank” award, for the year 2020, at the 8th International Finance Awards, which highlights the achievements of all banks that provide excellent services in innovation, infrastructure development, and a focus on Customers, where the winners will be honored, during a ceremony to be held early next year.

The bank’s winning of the Best Islamic Bank Award came as a result of the level of services that are compatible with Islamic Sharia law it provides to customers and individuals, and it is a natural reflection of the distinguished financial results achieved by the bank, while winning the award for the most innovative digital bank reflects the proactive and effective approach adopted by the bank, in applying Information Technology-related programs, to foster growth and a culture of excellence in the region.

Innovative concepts helped improve business quality

His Excellency Mohammed Abdullah, CEO of Sharjah Islamic Bank, said that honoring Sharjah Islamic Bank with these prestigious awards comes as an international recognition of the position the bank has reached and the level of services it provides, as the bank has succeeded in providing distinguished services to individual and corporate clients, and has provided innovative concepts that helped Improving business quality, and we are proud that we provide our clients with modern Sharia-compliant services, in line with international standards.

His Excellency added, and this award represents an additional incentive to redouble efforts in establishing a culture of excellence in providing services, by keeping pace with the continuous development in modern technologies, as innovation is the main pillar on which our operations are based on our awareness of the importance of providing distinctive and unique experiences to our customers, relying on that On new products and services, improving work methods to enhance customer experience, and making work easier and faster, winning the Innovative Digital Bank award is a testament to how distinguished we are at Sharjah Islamic Bank in providing digital services.

Prestigious awards

Sharjah Islamic Bank has recently won many prestigious and valuable awards in recognition of its innovative digital solutions and distinguished services, including the Business Innovation Award, the award for leading institutions in the field of localization of jobs in the GCC countries, and the Wells Fargo Bank award. The American Excellence in Transfer Banking Transactions, the “Broker Excellence Rating – Five-Star” award, and most recently the Best Financial Institution Deal award from “Global Capital” magazine, and many other awards that confirm the strength and position of the bank.

This year, the International Finance Awards saw more than 1,000 C-level executives and senior management representatives participate in the areas of finance, banking, asset management, brokerage, insurance, energy, oil and gas, logistics and utilities.

The Banking Awards highlight the achievements of all banks that provide excellent services in innovation, infrastructure development and customer focus.

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