Doha Bank has been named ‘Qatar Domestic Cash Management Bank of the Year’ in the wholesale category and ‘Corporate and Investment Bank of the Year’ in the corporate and investment category by Asian Banking and Finance Publication.
Doha Bank Singapore chief representative officer Ivan Lew received the two awards during a ceremony held recently by the Asian Banking and Finance (ABF) Awards at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore.
Doha Bank’s commitment to customer-centricity and implementing innovative strategies has been honoured and recognised in a ceremony that witnessed the gathering of a multitude of high-level executives and region's leading financial institutions. The nominations for the awards underwent a rigorous evaluation process and were judged by a panel of distinguished leaders and experts in the industry.
The bank has demonstrated its leading expertise in cash and liquidity management and persistence in carrying its efforts to develop and deliver innovative, best-in-class customer-centric solutions to cater to its client’s cash management needs.
Doha Bank’s customers have the luxury of monitoring, managing, and funding their accounts due to their diversified services. Part of the value proposition includes convenient utility bills payment, seamless salary transfer to Doha Bank accounts and other bank accounts, instant access to e-statements, access to a comprehensive dashboard that encapsulates clients account profile, account transactions, assets, liabilities, account information, and time deposit details.
The ABF ‘Corporate and Investment Bank of the Year’ award honours Doha Bank’s continuous endeavours to serve its corporate clients in the best way possible. These services include but not limited to Local Funds Transfer (LFT), International Funds Transfer (IFT), and Self-Password reset.
Doha Bank CEO Dr R Seetharaman said, “We are very proud to receive these two prestigious awards. This coveted recognition by Asian Banking and Finance is a true testament to Doha Bank’s unshakeable commitment to excelling in the fields of cash management, corporate banking, and investment.”
He added: “By building a sustainable business that invests within the communities it serves, and providing competitive, innovative solutions to our customers, we will continuously strive to integrate our solutions seamlessly into our customer’s journey of financial objectives at various stages.
“We are committed to developing groundbreaking solutions that will cater to the evolving needs of the market and create a positive impact on the financial services market and banking industry.”Last updated: August 03 2019 08:09 PM
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