QNB Group has been named “Best Foreign Trade Finance Bank in Qatar” by Global Trade Review magazine, as part of the magazine’s Awards for Excellence in Trade for the year 2021.
The bank’s selection to win the award comes in recognition of its efforts to enhance the banking experience of its corporate customers by launching a range of digital products and innovative services, enhancing communication through its growing international network, and the success of its business model in responding to the repercussions of the “Covid-19” pandemic, in implementation of its vision to become a bank Leading in the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia.
QNB’s digital expansion efforts included enhancing the services of the e-commerce portal as a unique platform designed to respond to the needs of local and international businesses with precision, which led to an increase in the registration of companies across the World Bank network and an increase in the number of commercial portal users by 221 percent during the year 2020.
The award also reflects the bank’s success in developing its corporate digital services to enhance business and investment businesses and advance the efficiency of online banking services targeting companies and small and medium-sized companies, thus reinforcing its leadership in the digital banking sector.
Other digital efforts of the bank included launching webinars and video sessions to help customers use the platform and manage remote businesses seamlessly and in proportion to their needs, including remote letter of credit delivery service.
Global Trade Review specializes in publishing news and analysis on emerging global market trends in trade finance and banking, with offices in London, Hong Kong and Singapore.
QNB Group is present in more than 31 countries and three continents around the world, providing the latest banking services to its customers. The group employs more than 27,000 employees in more than 1,000 branches and representative offices, in addition to an extensive network of ATMs with more than 4,400 machines.