National Bank of Oman brings out wealth management portal in its mobile app

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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The first local commercial bank in Oman, National Bank of Oman (NBO) has launched its new wealth management portal to enable its customers to easily access and manage their financial portfolio.

The portal, a first of its kind service available in the market, offers a range of useful features for Sadara and Mazaya customers by allowing them to view their portfolio, buy and sell mutual funds, buy single-fund Systematic Investment Plan (SIPs), review and renew risk profiles, and open an investment account. The portal is being launched as the latest upgrade for NBO’s award-winning app.

Maha Al Raisi
Maha Al Raisi
Head – Products

“At NBO we are working hard to expand and enhance our product offerings, in particular our digital capabilities, addressing the growing demand for online services. Complementing our comprehensive wealth management services, the new portal will provide added value to our customers, allowing them to access and manage their financial portfolio whenever they wish, in a way that suits their lifestyle and needs.”

NBO’s mobile app offers several innovative products and services to make its customers’ lives easier and more rewarding. The Sadara and Mazaya customers can avail of exclusive benefits, and it includes access to the Entertainer feature, benefiting from a host of instant discounts, from personalized deals to thousands of exclusive 2 for 1 offer throughout Oman, the GCC region, and select cities internationally.

Meanwhile, through personalized products and unmatched perks, the bank provides its premier customers with better ways to build and manage their wealth effectively and meet their long-term financial goals.

National Bank of Oman

Founded in 1973, the National Bank of Oman (NBO) is committed to community improvement through its corporate citizenship programs and is an active supporter of a range of worthy causes in Oman. The bank has 60 branches and more than 180 ATM/FFM/CCDMs in the country and two branches in UAE.

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