BBK, Bahrain’s retail and commercial bank, has launched a corporate campaign called ‘Forward Banking’. With this campaign, the bank reaffirms its support to its customers, and empowers them to shape their tomorrow with confidence thanks to innovative and relevant banking solutions, catering to individuals, large corporations and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The campaign highlights BBK’s strength: four decades of banking know-how supporting consumers, businesses and local communities throughout their lives. It also refers to its values, demonstrating BBK’s commitment towards all its stakeholders.
“Our customers’ success is our priority,” said A Karim Bucheery, BBK’s chief executive officer (CEO). “We live in a world of constant movement, where everything evolves everyday a little faster, this is why at BBK, we strive to always be one step ahead so that we can anticipate our customer’s needs. Over the past 40 years BBK launched pioneering services, continuously delivering consumer-friendly enhancements to better serve customers. Today, in the era of ‘Forward Banking’, BBK customers are able to solve challenges, explore new directions and achieve their aspirations.”
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