QIB bags 3 titles at Global Retail Banking Innovation Awards 2020 Nov 24, 2020 0 369 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaQatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has announced that it bagged three prestigious awards at the Global Retail Banking Innovation Awards 2020 instituted by the Digital Banker magazine.QIB was awarded the “Best Digital Bank of the Year in Qatar”, the “Best Retail Bank of the Year in Qatar” and the “Best Client Onboarding and Account Opening in the Middle East” awards.The Awards recognises the world’s top retail banking and finance institutions with distinguished contribution to the industry. The awards are accolades of excellence, and are attributed to outstanding banks that showed excellence in digital innovation, products development, service delivery, customer centricity and customer experience, in addition to financial performance and strength of balance sheet.The awards is globally acclaimed and judged by top international consulting companies and subject matter experts to ensure full transparency and impartial assessment.“We are pleased to be recognised for our innovation and outstanding performance in servicing all our customers,” said QIB Group CEO Bassel Gamal.QIB has developed its own repertoire and know-how in offering the best products and services to existing and potential customers, he added.“We are proud that our customer-centric approach is now a reference not only in Qatar but in the region as well.”He said QIB would continue implementing its long-term strategy where the customer comes first, and were always dedicated to offer the best, the fastest and the most trusted banking products in Qatar. “Our recognition today is certainly the result of all QIB employees’ dedication and hard work to successfully implement the innovative strategy of our Board of Directors, which has been very supportive along the way. Digital innovation remains QIB’s main drive in designing seamless banking products and services with the objective of being a bank that offers end to end fully-digital services to its customers,” he noted “Our digital transformation strategy allowed us to offer unique digital solutions in the market, some of them for the first time in Qatar and the region, and to continuously offer our customers the fastest banking experiences through our Mobile App and Internet Banking channels.”Since March 2020, QIB was able to implement a comprehensive “Bank Safely from Home” campaign, which saw an unprecedented increase in reliance on digital channels by QIB’s existing and new customers. Relying on its advanced digital channels, QIB was able to ensure business continuity and offer all its banking products and services to retail and corporate customers while only 20 percent of its employees working from their offices between April and June 2020.In 2020, QIB has seen an acceleration of the introduction of innovative digital products and services. Being the first bank in Qatar to introduce a Digital Onboarding solution on its Mobile App, QIB was successful in digitally acquiring new customers who opened current, Misk or savings accounts in 5 minutes and without a need to visit a QIB branch.QIB also announced that domestic workers in Qatar can now open their own bank accounts with QIB, directly through the bank’s award winning Mobile App in line with the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) directives to support all segments of the society and promote the principle of financial inclusion to domestic workers in Qatar, and to facilitate timely payment and access to their wages as well as easy and fast international transfers.The QIB Mobile App allows customers to benefit from a range of innovative services, such as getting personal financing, opening additional accounts, issuing a credit card, or applying for any Takaful policy in just 5 minutes. Pages 1234 RELATED ARTICLES AAB extends QR33 special service package for 2017 and older Toyota cars Nov 24, 2020 0 366 IP laws key to protecting innovations: Sheikh Thani Nov 24, 2020 0 747 Microsoft expanding in Ireland with 200 new engineer recruits Nov 24, 2020 0 346 UK business activity shrinks on new curbs AFP London Britain’s private sector economic activity shrank in November to a four-month low on fresh coronavirus restrictions, a key survey showed Monday, sparking talk of a double dip recession. The composite ..