Bank Muscat wins Best Private Bank in Oman grant

Bank Muscat Private, the Sultanate’s head banking administration focused on elite high total assets singular clients, has won the renowned Best Private banking in Oman grant from Professional Wealth Management/The Banker. The honor perceived the bank’s unequaled Private Banking contributions which give a remarkable broadness and profundity of abundance to the board arrangements and adds to prior honors from other lofty distributions like Global Finance and EMEA Finance.

Bank Muscat Private is the Sultanate’s chief start to finish abundance the board arrangements supplier to super-high total assets customers. The speculation contributions cover worldwide business sectors and all resource classes, through a strong execution stage controlled by experienced and devoted Relationship Managers. Bank Muscat Private has been contacting super high-total assets individual and high total assets fragments throughout the previous twenty years and the very good quality way of life advantages and banking offices accessible to Private financial customers are unequaled in the Sultanate.

Abdul Nasir al Raisi, DGM – Premier Banking, stated: “Bank Muscat Private has been over and over recognized by the worldwide financial network and we are enchanted to get an underwriting from Professional Wealth Management/The Banker. This renowned honor mirroring the consistency of execution, creative systems, and principles of polished skill accomplished by the bank adjusting to global standards, guidelines, and practices.”

Bank Muscat offers Private financial customers a total set-up of speculation alternatives in worldwide resource classes through its abundance of the executives stage and tie-up with global counterparties. The scope of arrangements offered to customers incorporates stocks, securities, ETFs, and common assets; across worldwide business sectors. Bank Muscat Private Banking likewise offers a particular introduction to private value reserves, land assets, and product ETFs; seaward banking, and the portfolio the executives through presumed worldwide counterparties.