QNB has been recognised for its “Best SME Customer Service” and “Best Managed Advisory Service in Qatar” by the Banker Middle East Magazine, the bank has said in a statement.
QNB’s Group Corporate Banking received the “Best SME Customer Service” award, while its Treasury and Investment Banking Department received the “Best Managed Advisory Service” award, marking QNB’s outstanding customer service and performance.
The awards were received as part of the 2015 iteration of The Banker Magazine’s Middle East Qatar Product Awards, which are designed to identify and reward quality and excellence in financial services in the booming Qatari banking sector.
QNB’s latest awards top off what has been “a fantastic year” for the bank, which received a number of awards throughout the past 12 months, as well as having enjoyed continued financial success.
The Banker is one of the world’s premier banking and finance resources with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Further, its is a key source of data and analysis for the banking industry worldwide. A frequent recipient of The Banker Magazine’s awards, QNB is always committed to providing outstanding banking services to all its clients in Qatar and abroad across its international network by constantly introducing new and innovative products and services specially tailored to serve and fulfil customer requirements in all banking categories, the bank said.
QNB Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies extends to 27 countries across three continents providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. The total number of employees is more than 15,200 operating through 635 locations with an ATM network of more than 1,390 machines.
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