Posted on August 06, 2018

Doha Bank, one of Qatar’s largest private commercial banks, has received the 2018 Corporate Excellent Award from CV Magazine for ‘Most Outstanding Business Bank’ in Qatar.  

This prominent award is testament to Doha Bank’s solid and successful business strategy and demonstrates its commitment to delivering service excellence to its customers and value to its stakeholders. Commenting on this achievement, Dr. R. Seetharaman, Doha Bank CEO said, “We are honored to be named ‘Most Outstanding Bank’ in Qatar for 2018, by a prominent publication such as CV Magazine. Such recognition motivates us to further excel in our offerings and to continue presenting our customers with a differentiated experience, in Qatar and across the region.”

“This year has been rewarding for us, as our efforts continue to be recognized by top institutions. We strongly believe that our deep understanding of our customers needs and our ability to cater to them, while continuously presenting new and innovative products and services, has positioned us in the forefront. On behalf of Doha Bank, I would like to thank the CV judging panel for acknowledging our efforts and I would also like to thank all Doha Bank people, for their unwavering hard work and diligence” He added.

Doha Bank won a series of awards this year, namely ‘Best Local Bank in Qatar’ by EMEA Finance Middle East Banking Awards; ‘Best Arab Customers Services’ award at the recent Arab Banks Awards and Commendations of Excellence and the ‘Qatar Domestic Trade Finance Bank of the Year title in the ‘Wholesale Banking’ category for the fourth consecutive year by the Asian Banking and Finance awards. Since its inception, Doha Bank has established overseas branches in Kuwait, Dubai (UAE), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Mumbai, Chennai and Kochi (India) as well as representative offices in Japan, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Africa, South Korea, Australia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal.

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