Al Salam Bank-Seychelles launches services

The launch is in line with the Al Salam Bank-Bahrain’s strategy to expand in the region


Al Salam Bank-Seychelles (ASBS), a joint venture between Al Salam Bank-Bahrain (ASBB) and the Seychelles Pension Fund (SPF), has officially launched its full commercial banking services.

The inauguration ceremony held at the bank’s headquarters in the capital, Victoria, under the patronage of Danny Faure, the President of the Republic of Seychelles, and in the presence of Ambassador Maurice Loustau-Lalanne, Minister of Finance, Trade, Investment & Economic Planning, Hussein Al Meeza, chairman of ASBS, Lekha Nair, vice chairperson of ASBS and CEO of SPF, and Rafik Nayed, CEO of ASBB.

Ambassador Lalanne commended Al Salam Bank for taking the lead in introducing a distinguished banking experience to Seychelles and congratulated both Al Salam Bank-Bahrain and Seychelles Pension Fund for taking the initiative to extend banking services in the country.

Al Meeza emphasized that the launch is in line with the bank’s strategy to expand in the region and continue in its mission to deliver its customers with a range of competitive, diversified and innovative banking solutions through quality products and services. These include deposits, financing, trade finance and a range of tailored banking solutions.

Al Meeza further expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the President and the Government of Seychelles for their continued support. The bank looks forward to creating a bridge between the Indian Ocean Rim countries and the GCC.

Lekha Nair said: “We are pleased to offer customers world class retail and corporate banking solutions. The bank aims to capitalize on its strong foundation, by introducing diversified banking products with the latest technologies targeted towards various customer segments.”

ASBS is located in the Capital Victoria at Maison Esplanade, Francis Rachel Street. E-channels, ATM with cash deposit facility, debit cards, credit cards, online banking and other services provide additional banking convenience to its clients. – TradeArabia News Service

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