Bank Muscat, the leading financial services provider in the Sultanate, has announced the installation of new ATMs and CDMs in different governorates in line with its vision to “To serve you better, everyday” and commitment to promote financial inclusion in Oman. The new devices have been installed in the following locations: Lulu Hypermarket - Ibra, Oasis Mall - Sohar, China Mall - Sohar, Mustafa Sultan Exchange - Ghala, Shell Select Filling Station near City Center Qurum, Lulu Hypermarket - Ruwi Souq, Sahnoot - Salalah, Rameez Shopping Mall - Sur, Mudhaibi Al Rudha, Bawadi Mall - Ibri, Mawaleh Fruits and Vegetables Market, Royal Guard of Oman (Halban), Hafeet border post and Al Bahja Super Market - Salalah. The bank currently has more than 800 devices, including Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), Cash Deposit Machines (CDMs), Full Function Machines (FFMs), Statement Printers and Business Cash Deposit Machines (BCDMs), spread across the Sultanate.

Speaking on the occasion, Amjad Iqbal al Lawati, Assistant General Manager - Cards and Electronic Banking, Bank Muscat, thanked customers for their strong confidence in the bank’s digital banking facilities. He said, “Bank Muscat is pleased to launch a number of new ATMs and CDMs at various important locations across the Sultanate. The bank is committed to continuously developing and launching new solutions and features in line with modern developments and its e-channels like ATMs, CDMs and FFMs represent an important means for customers to complete their banking transactions at all times with enhanced convenience and security. As part of its customer centric vision, the bank continuously takes feedback from its customers, conducts surveys and identifies fresh installation sites. The bank promises to keep on innovating and install new devices based on customer feedback and in line with its pioneering role in digital transformation.”

New ATMs and CDMs continue to be installed at other locations as Bank Muscat makes further efforts to improve financial inclusivity amongst all demographic segments. The final decision to install new devices are made on the basis of various inputs including the feedback from bank officials, customer feedback and the footfalls in that particular location, especially if it is within a business hub. This drive for enhancing financial inclusion is closely aligned with national growth and development goals as envisaged by the landmark Oman Vision 2040.

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