ADIB wins 3 recognitions at Global Private Banking Awards 2023

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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ADIB at Global Private Banking Awards 2023

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB), a leading Islamic financial institution, has won three awards at the Global Private Banking Awards 2023 by Professional Wealth Management Magazine, a Financial Times publication.

The bank secured three recognitions, Best Private Bank for Islamic Services on a global scale, Best Private Bank in the Middle East for Customer Service regionally, and Best Private Bank in the UAE at the national level.

The nominees are assessed based on key achievements, changes or improvements made in relation to their business and investment models, growth strategies, customer service, staff retention and other areas.

Dr. Amer Alameri_ADIB wins 3 awards at Global Private Banking Awards
Dr. Amer Alameri
Head – Private Banking,

“We are proud to be recognized for our commitment to offering a diverse range of wealth management products. ADIB’s success is a result of our team’s dedication and our continuous efforts to meet the evolving needs of our customers. At ADIB, we offer a wide range of products and services tailored to the unique needs of our clients, whether they are individuals, businesses, or corporate entities. Our Wealth Management segment, in particular, provides a comprehensive suite of products designed to align with our clients’ risk preferences and return expectations.”

ADIB offers a range of services within its Wealth Management segment, tailored to diverse client profiles and risk preferences. The bank focuses on delivering investment opportunities and solutions grounded in trusted advice.

In addition to its current offerings, ADIB is exploring new client segments, including onshore and offshore clients, female investors, and expatriates. The bank positions itself as a leading onshore Private Banking franchise in the region and the GCC, emphasizing its commitment to providing diverse wealth management products while adhering to Islamic principles.

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