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MENAFN - Arab Times - 04/12/2013
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(MENAFN - Arab Times) As a platinum sponsor of the 3rd Industries and Construction Exhibition, Warba's strategically positioned stand witnessed a high turnout during the first day of the exhibition, which allowed further interaction with visitors, and introduction of the best financing and banking offers to Warba's customers throughout the exhibition period. Adnan Al-Salem, Chief Retail Banking Officer - Warba Bank, said: "Our platinum sponsorship of this exhibition contributed largely to supporting Warba's endeavors to present the bank's financing services to the visitors while expanding the bank's presence in two significant sectors in Kuwait; namely the building and relevant industries sectors."


"Warba's excellent communication with the participating companies and visitors during the exhibition delivered positive results and effectively achieved the targeted goals of participation, thanks to the meritorious efforts exerted by our team responsible for the stand. Indeed, Warba's keenness to participate in exhibitions stems from its going concern in sectors of significant operating performance, stable returns and less risks. This is all in line with the bank's long term financing policy and strategy," added Al-Salem. Commenting on the importance of the building sector, Al-Salem said: "During the past few years, the building sector witnessed a unique boom driven by the construction projects implemented by the government as per the government's development plan which included many infrastructure projects financed by banks. Actually, Warba seeks to expand its financing activities and provide competitive services with attractive advantages to individual and institutional customers."


Al-Salem concluded: "Warba's stand will be welcoming visitors till Dec 5, 2013, introducing its various banking and financing services and products as per its strategy aiming to serve customers wherever they are and provide services that enhance the bank's performance and bolster its policy, showcasing the bank's remarkable presence and role in serving nationals and residents and introducing the bank's excellent services and various financing products to them."

 


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