Kuwait’s NBK launches home banking services; First in the region

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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Kuwait’s largest financial institution, the National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) has become the first bank in the region to launch NBK Home Banking Service, for ensuring customer safety and convenience.

The new service will make sure the security of the clients by delivering Cash and Non-Cash Statements or Certificates at the comfort of their homes.

Privilege banking customers can use the new service to request cash up to $33,020 (KD 10,000), as well as several certificates such as a balance certificate, account statement, account statement for the credit card, and tuition fees certificate, all of which can be delivered to their homes through the Concierge Service.

Mohammed Akram Hashim
Mohammed Akram Hashim
Head of Segments
NBK

“We are keen to provide the latest services to Privilege Banking Customers, always for the first time in Kuwait, giving them an exceptional banking experience packed with exclusive services that reflect NBK’s leadership and care for its customers’ convenience. We strive to tailor all banking products and services to meet our customers’ needs and expectations, especially for Privilege Banking Customers, considering their unique lifestyle and fulfill their needs in a quick, easy and safe way.”

Mr. Hashim further explained that the new service is part of NBK’s strategy to ensure customers’ safety and convenience, especially given the current unusual circumstances.

Recently, NBK has introduced several offers and products for Privilege Banking Customers, including first-year free NBK Visa Infinite Credit Card, which entitles them to earn NBK Miles Points, free access to more than 1000 airport lounges worldwide, local and global concierge, free travel insurance, free valet parking in Kuwait, as well as exclusive international offers when shopping, dining or visiting entertainment destinations.

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