Global Finance, a New York-based international publication, has recently granted Arab Bank 14 global awards in recognition of its consumer and corporate digital banking services across the Middle East in 2018. The bank was chosen by a world-class panel of judges, which included experts in consulting, technology, and outsourcing, in addition to the magazine’s team of editors.
The global recognition complements Arab Bank’s significant success record and comes as a result of its constant efforts to deploy the latest digital banking solutions offering customers across different sectors a seamless and responsive banking experience that meets their evolving needs and expectations. The awards for Jordan included: Best Consumer Digital Bank, Best Mobile Banking App (for smartphones and tablets), Best Online Trade Finance Services, Best Online Cash Management, Best Website Design, Best in Social Media Marketing and Services and Digital Bank of Distinction (the best local Corporate/ Institutional Digital Bank).
Arab Bank was also named Best Consumer Digital Bank in Palestine and Egypt, in addition to Digital Bank of Distinction (best local Corporate/ Institutional Digital Bank) in Qatar, Bahrain and Lebanon.
On the regional level, Arab Bank received the awards for Best Website Design and Best in Social Media Marketing and Services in the Middle East for 2018.
Arab Bank was selected for these awards based on several factors including the strength of strategy for attracting and servicing digital customers, success in getting clients to use digital offerings, the growth of digital customers, breadth of product offerings, evidence of tangible benefits gained from digital initiatives and web/ mobile site design and functionality.
It is worth mentioning that Arab Bank received several international awards and recognitions from reputable international parties, most notably the award of Best Bank in the Middle East for 2018 from Global Finance (for the third consecutive year) in addition to Bank of the Year Award in the Middle East for 2017 from The Banker Magazine – Financial Times, London.