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National Bank of Oman upgrades its CIB platform with the Arabic language

By Edil Corneille

December 22, 2020

  • Asia
  • National Bank Of Oman
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National Bank of Oman, NBOAs part of its commitment to create user-friendly financial services that suit its clients’ needs, National Bank of Oman (NBO)’s Corporate Internet Banking (CIB) platform has been upgraded with the Arabic language. Adding to the existing English capability, customers are now able to make all their transactions in their preferred language. It is one of the number of benefits that come with NBO’s digital platform, which enables organisations, large and small, public and private, to bank in a fast, secure, and hassle-free manner.

Hassan Shabaan, Chief Government Banking Officer at NBO said, “We are always trying to meet our customers expectations for their businesses, and by adding Arabic, we have made it easier for native speakers to make use of our full digital banking suite. Constantly upgraded and enhanced, it is a much more convenient way for companies to manage their finances, anytime, from the comfort of the office or even at home.”

Using technology and security features, Corporate Internet Banking of National Bank of Oman empowers companies to make instant transactions, payments and transfers, access account balances and complete transaction history on all company’s accounts, delegate authority and restrict user’s functions. All of these can be done in a few clicks. Accessible 24/7, the frequently-updated digital service is enhanced by the bank’s expertise and customer experience.

National Bank of Oman is said to be the first incorporated bank in the Sultanate of Oman (Oman) – established in1973 as a joint stock company, providing conventional and Islamic banking services. The shares of NBO are listed on the Muscat Securities Market (MSM). The bank operates via five main segments, namely, retail banking, corporate banking, investment banking, treasury and international banking, and Islamic banking.

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