Arab Bank wins ‘best bank’ in Middle East for 2022

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Arab Bank. (File photo: Jordan News)
AMMAN — Global Finance, a New York-based international publication, awarded Arab Bank the title of “Best Bank in the Middle East 2022” for the seventh consecutive year, according to a press in a statement.اضافة اعلان

“This global recognition came as part of Global Finance’s 29th Annual Best Bank Awards and was made by the editors of Global Finance after extensive consultations with corporate financial executives, bankers and banking consultants, and analysts throughout the world,” the statement said.

It said in selecting top banks, Global Finance considered several factors, which included growth in assets, profitability, geographic reach, strategic relationships, new business development, and innovation in products.

The winning criteria also included the banks that attended carefully to their customers’ needs in difficult markets and accomplished strong results while laying the foundations for future success, according to the statement.

Arab Bank’s Chief Executive Officer Randa Sadik, said the recognition “is yet another addition to Arab Bank’s significant success record. It is a manifestation of the bank’s ambitious strategic vision and distinctive ability to deal efficiently with the most pressing regional and global challenges.”

Sadik explained that “at Arab Bank, we are committed to deploying advanced and comprehensive banking solutions that meet the evolving needs of our customers across various sectors, while constantly enriching their banking experience.”

“This is realized through the bank’s relentless focus on aligning its various services and value propositions with the latest advancements in the financial industry locally, regionally and globally,” she added.

Global Finance Awards cover more than 150 countries and territories across Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Caribbean, Central America, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North America, and Western Europe.

Arab Bank, headquartered in Amman, was established in 1930 and has one of the largest global Arab banking networks with more than 600 branches spanning five continents. Arab Bank’s extensive network covers key financial markets and centers such as London, Singapore, Shanghai, Geneva, Paris, Frankfurt, Sydney, Dubai, and Bahrain.

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