BMI launches new premier service
Manama, April 17, 2013
Bahraini retail and commercial banking institution BMI Bank has unveiled its premier service proposition, Prestige, catering to affluent individuals.
Prestige was launched at a dinner held at the Capital Club and was attended by senior officials of the bank along with VIPs and exclusive guests, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
The service has been launched to cater to a fast-growing customer segment with benefits including personalised attention and lounges at the bank's major branches, the report added.
"The number and spending power of affluent consumers continue to grow along with the demand for premium service," said BMI Bank chief executive Jamal Al Hazeem.
"We are glad to be able to expand our suite of deliverables to accommodate an increasingly sophisticated generation of customers, who expect more from their bank,"stated Al Hazeem.
"Backed by a team of well-trained relationship managers, along with an experienced and qualified team of service and product experts, Prestige will offer customers exclusive rates on term deposits and on our range of Salaf loans, in addition to a higher per-day cash withdrawal and point of sale limit on their debit cards," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
More Finance & Capital Market Stories
- KFH-Bahrain rebrands priority banking
- Bank Nizwa wins top Islamic bank award
- Qatar labour costs may jump: IMF
- Kuwait Q3 trade surplus hits $23bn
- Dubai trade growth up 7.6pc to $362bn
- Deloitte appoints new managing director
- Al Ramz tops UAE trading in Feb
- IFC in $150m loan deal with Bank Audi
- SME funding focus for Abu Dhabi forum
- Insurance House posts second year of profit
- ETF global assets hit record $2.44 trillion
- Bahrain firms plan IPOs
- Serbia wins $1bn Abu Dhabi loan
- Key equity banker resigns from Saudi Fransi
- DMCC to boost Islamic commodity trade with tie-ups
- IDB, KIA units to invest in Morocco
- First Gulf to set up $1bn sukuk in Malaysia
- Singapore’s UOB Bullion and Futures joins DGCX
- Infrastructure investment ‘key to growth’
- BKIC declares 30pc dividend
- StanChart profit falls 16pc in 2013
- Veteran Saudi banker to head AMF
- Dubai World prepays $284m to creditors
- EFG-Hermes sells Damas stake to Mannai
- Ultra rich number to grow 35pc in Mideast
- Saudi IPO market 'set for big year'
- RAK 'exploring' ceramics unit stake sale
- Bahrain Bourse wins key UK award
- Alba backs Euromoney forum
- URC bond rating upgraded to stable outlook