Posted on July 26, 2016

Qatar Islamic Bank, Qatar’s leading Islamic Bank, is pleased to announce the second round of winners of its “Boost Your Salary” summer finance campaign. As part of the promotion, QIB is rewarding five lucky winners each month to receive cash prizes equal to one month’s salary, up to a total of 25,000 QR per person.

The three-month “Boost Your Salary” campaign began 1st of May and will run until 31st of July 2016. The winners for the month of June are now published on QIB’s website. They were selected through an electronic draw, which took place in the presence of representatives from QIB and the Ministry of Economy and Commerce. With the promotion still running until the end of July, QIB will announce the winners of the last round in August.

All QIB customers who apply for a minimum of QR 50,000 in financing during the eligibility period qualify for the draw. The larger the finance amount , the more chances of winning: each QR 50,000 of finance during the campaign period entitles the customer to one entry into the draw. The promotion is available to both existing and new QIB customers. “I would like to congratulate the second round of winners in this year’s ‘Boost Your Salary’ campaign”, said Mr D. Anand, General Manager for QIB Personal Banking Group. “We hope that gaining an additional month’s salary will help our winners fulfil their financial goals this summer, whatever those may be.”

QIB offers Shari'a-compliant finance products to support life’s big or small events, whether the customers need to finance the purchase of a new vehicle or home, cover the cost of a home renovation, finance a new business venture or require funds in emergency. QIB Personal Finance is offerd at a competitive rate, with no administration charges, up to three-month grace period and free for the first year the QIB-Qatar Airways co-branded credit card. QIB provides an easy and fast way of applying for personal finance, with a straightforward application process, quick approvals, and the ability for customers to transfer their liabilities from other banks.