Signed an agreement with the Emirates Competitiveness Council
“Abu Dhabi Commercial” provides exclusive banking services to beneficiaries of “Nafis”
The Emirates Competitiveness Council signed a memorandum of understanding with Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, to provide innovative financial services and banking products specifically designed to meet the requirements of the beneficiaries of the “Nafis” program.
The memorandum was signed by the Director of the Studies and Research Department for the Emirates Competitiveness Council, Mohammed Al-Alawi, and the Head of the Citizens Banking Sector “Emarati” for the Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Mohammed Al Muhairi, in the presence of the Secretary-General of the Emirates Competitiveness Council, Ghanam Al Mazrouei, and the CEO of the Bank Group. Abu Dhabi Commercial, Alaa Erekat.
Al Mazrouei stressed the keenness of the Emirati Competitiveness Council to support and empower national cadres in various ways in their professional and private lives, as an embodiment of the interest and keenness of the wise leadership to put the quality of life of the Emirati citizen at the top of its priorities.
He explained that the signing of the memorandum enhances the provision of distinguished services to the beneficiaries of the “Nafs” program, praising the partnership and cooperation with Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, as the memorandum will provide the necessary framework between the Emirati Cadres Competitiveness Council and Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, to provide innovative financial services and solutions, credit facilities, and exclusive banking products specially designed. To meet the requirements of the beneficiaries of the “Nafis” program, such as personal financing, real estate financing, car financing, and other banking services.
For his part, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank Group CEO, Alaa Erekat, welcomed the cooperation with the UAE Talent Competitiveness Council, and said: “We are proud to be a partner with the UAE Talent Competitiveness Council, as this close cooperation embodies the features of the strategic relationship between the two leading institutions, which comes within the framework of Joining efforts to strengthen the cooperation system with various government institutions. The memorandum of understanding with the Emirates Competitiveness Council represents an important step through which the bank seeks to serve all beneficiaries of the (Nafis) program in all the emirates of the country, and to provide innovative financial products and exclusive banking services in support of Emirati cadres to enable them to contribute effectively to the growth and progress of the UAE.”