Al Salam Bank opens branch

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Manama : Al Salam Bank-Bahrain yesterday opened a new branch in the growing commercial and residential area in Tubli. Khalid Hamad Abdulrahman, Executive Director of Banking Supervision, Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB), Anwar Murad, First Deputy CEO of Al Salam Bank-Bahrain, and senior CBB and Al Salam Bank officials attended the opening ceremony. The new branch is strategically located on Tubli’s service road and it is reachable through Shaikh Isa bin Salman highway that enjoys close proximity to being conveniently accessible for customers residing in Tubli, Jidali, Zinj, Um Al Hussam, Adhari, A’Ali, and Sehla. 

 “Growing demand for financial products and quality services both in Tubli and its surrounding areas made it a priority for us to launch a larger full-service branch within close proximity to the Shaikh Isa bin Salman highway,” said Anwar Murad, First Deputy CEO of Al Salam Bank. “The new branch is an ideal location to offer our customers a suite of unique Shari’a-compliant banking products. The branch is better-equipped with a 24 hours ATM and iBANK self-service channel, allowing customers to apply for banking products, open accounts, print  statements, view accounts, transactions and balances, make card payments in real-time and make requests to receive new ATM PIN or cheque book,” he said. “We would like to sincerely express our gratitude to the Central Bank of Bahrain and our stakeholders for their constant support and trust in Al Salam Bank,” he added.

 “I would like to congratulate Al Salam Bank on launching their new full-service branch in Tubli. We appreciate Al Salam Bank’s commitment to strengthen the banking and financial sector,” said Khalid Hamad Abdulrahman, Executive Director of Banking Supervision, Central Bank of Bahrain. The branch will be open from Sunday to Thursday. A 24x7 dedicated cash deposit ATM, and iBANK self-service workstation will be available for customers at the branch.




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