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QNB launches new website with interactive design, more features

QNB launches new website with interactive design, more features

Tribune News Network
Doha
The Qatar National Bank (QNB) Group, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has announced the launch of its new website with interactive design and comprehensive features, allowing users easy access to the core information of the website.
The website offers QNB’s internet banking services, the most comprehensive e-banking services in the region, allowing customers to securely manage their accounts and transactions, as well as saving time and effort.
The web pages of the group’s international network have also been enhanced, making them easy to navigate to learn about the latest news and banking services provided globally.
The website also offers a variety of information including the Bank’s press releases, financial information, stocks, corporate governance reports, and more.
The modern design and advanced features of the new website reflect the Group’s keenness to provide fast and innovative banking services to its customers, as the design was developed to make it compatible with all types of electronic devices.
A broad database has been added to the website, allowing users to reach the required information more easily, including permanent updates to new branch and ATM locations.
QNB’s new website will continuously inform customers about the latest banking products, activities, weekly economic reports, and multimedia elements to be more responsive to the needs of various users, creating an innovative digital platform based on diversity and excellence.
The QNB Group, through its subsidiaries and associate companies, extends to more than 31 countries across three continents and provides a comprehensive range of advanced products and
services.
The group employs more than 30,000, who operate through 1,100 locations. It has an ATM network of more than 4,400 machines.

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