Omani lender Nizwa starts roadshow
Muscat, May 13, 2013
Oman’s first full-fledged Islamic lender Bank Nizwa has kicked off its first road show in the Sultanate aimed at creating awareness on its Islamic fnance products and service.
Nizwa Souq, a highly interactive and informative roadshow, is currently touring the Sultanate, empowering communities and individuals in Muscat, Sohar and Nizwa, with valid and useful information about Islamic finance products and services offered by Bank.
Visiting shopping malls, university campuses, and hospitals, the roadshow is touring extensively for one month. It kicked off at Nizwa Souq on May 10th where attendees were given an introduction to the many Islamic banking services available at Bank Nizwa.
It is due to finish at Sohar in June having travelled throughout Nizwa and Muscat.
The roadshow gives visitors the opportunity to experience the dedication and knowledge of the Bank Nizwa team which is on hand to meet with people and answer any questions they have on Islamic finance and related products. It is designed to inspire and educate on all aspects of Islamic banking and to facilitate discussion on the many possibilities that Islamic finance has to offer.
Commenting on the move, CEO Dr Jamil El Jaroudi said, "Our ultimate goal is to help people understand more about Islamic banking and the myriad of benefits it brings."
"With a growing branch network which currently includes branches in Sohar, Muscat and Nizwa, we recognize that the communities in these areas require support and to be kept informed of what is happening in Islamic banking," he stated.
"Our promise to the people of Oman is to make Islamic banking accessible to everyone and this roadshow is just one way we can honour this promise," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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