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Oman Arab Bank names top executive for Al Yusr Islamic unit
Times News Service
May 13, 2014 , 9 : 23 pm GST
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Abdul Qader Al Bulushi. Photo - Supplied
Oman Arab Bank (OAB) management appointed Abdul Qader Al Bulushi as a general manager to head Al Yusr Islamic Banking.
Al Bulushi has over 35 years of banking experience where he worked in various local banks and international banks in Oman and abroad.
Al Bulushi has been a leading senior member at OAB since he joined the bank in September 1998. The management decided his appointment with a view of his previous track record in order to contribute in success of Islamic Banking in Oman.
It is noteworthy that Al Yusr is available now in one branch in Muscat and one branch in Salalah, as the OAB management is planning to open more branches in the Sultanate within a year, in Muscat, Sohar, Nizwa, Al Buraimy, And Sur or Ibra, that all citizens will have the opportunity to take benefit of our services all over Oman.
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