The MoU will see the banks exchanging expertise, technologies and resources and work together across a range of Islamic banking activities such as Islamic syndications, particularly those issued in
He added, Our organisations share mutual principles, values and select expertise. Therefore, we are pleased to sign this MoU and look forward to enhancing this partnership in the coming years.
The entities would work together to offer various Islamic finance products covering treasury, trade finance and capital market in
He added, Meethaq is working to strengthen its operations in the Sultanate, which is witnessing substantial growth in Islamic banking industry and we consider our partnership with
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