MUSCAT: Bank Sohar recently joined hands with the British Business Forum (BBF) in support of their most recent monthly meeting; providing the bank with a unique networking platform, as well as an excellent opportunity for the British community to learn more about Bank Sohar and what it has to offer in terms of its range of products and services as well as customise financial solutions.
The BBF meeting took place recently at the gardens of the Grand Hyatt Muscat. In attendance were several prominent business heads, VIPs and other high net worth individuals. Also present at the opening ceremony were members of Bank Sohar’s Wealth Management and Non-Residential Banking teams.
Commenting on the bank’s sponsorship of the event, Sasi Kumar, DGM and head of the strategy and corporate business division at Bank Sohar said, “We have always been dedicated towards developing the full potential of the Omani economy. In fact, one of our main objectives as a local Omani bank is to provide financial and advisory support in order to further contribute towards investments and trade activities of locally operating businesses and entrepreneurs. Such events provide a great opportunity for Bank Sohar as well as potential investors and high net worth individuals to establish strong relationships and explore investment opportunities in key sectors.”
The event began with a brief presentation by Mohammed Dohadwala, AGM, investment and correspondent banking at Bank Sohar, providing attendees with an overview of the bank and its various products, as well as illustrating its strong position in Oman’s financial sector.
In addition, key staff from the bank’s Wealth Management and Non Resident Banking teams were present at the venue in order to answer any queries or clarifications as well as showcase Bank Sohar’s comprehensive list of Wealth Management services.
Hosted on a monthly basis, the event was organised by the BBF in association with the UK Trade and Investment section of the British Embassy. These networking meetings aim to promote and develop business relations between Oman and the UK and to display the commitment of the British business community to the sultanate.
SOURCE: MUSCAT DAILY