Posted on September 02, 2019

To demonstrate its commitment to adopting new technologies aimed at providing its customers with convenient and cost-effective services, Doha Bank, one of the largest commercial banks in Qatar, has forged arrangements with Global IME Bank (GIBL), one of the leading commercial bank in Nepal, to offer on-the-go remittance solutions to Nepalese expats residing in Qatar.

The new online service, will enable Doha Bank customers to transfer money instantly to their GIBL bank accounts. Customers will also able to remit money to their other Nepalese bank accounts and get credit on same banking day in Nepal before 12.00 noon (cut off time). “We are very pleased to be partners with Global IME Bank Limited. GIBL’s commitment to providing a reliable and compliant process that complement our competitive strength, makes them an excellent partner to work with on developing and expanding our cross-border remittance services.”  Dr. Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank, said in a statement. “Doha bank is committed to bringing forth the latest technologies to our customers, which make banking simple, convenient and cost effective for them.” 

“To promote digital remittance amongst its customers, Doha Bank’s collaboration with GIBL will give Nepalese customers the access to remit money to Nepal whenever and wherever they want by registering for International Money Transfer via Doha Bank’s mobile app and online banking portal” stated Mohammad Abdulla M.J. Al Thani, Chief Strategy, Corporate Performance and Marketing officer for Doha Bank. “The partnership with GIBL is set to benefit the Nepalese Community in Qatar by providing them with the right products and services, to help them meet their banking needs in Nepal and remit money to their home country, in a quick and convenient way”, stated Braik Al-Marri, Chief Retail Banking Officer, Doha Bank.

Doha Bank offers a secure, fast and easy way of sending money via Doha Bank Mobile App and online banking portal to over 200 countries and direct online remittances to India, Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Philippines, Pakistan and now Nepal in a cost-effective manner.