ADIB signs MoU with Abu Dhabi Global Market


ADIB, Abu Dhabi Islamic BankAbu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB), an Islamic financial institution, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), the international financial centre of the UAE capital, collaborating to support the growing needs of the financial community of Abu Dhabi.

The MoU entails ADIB providing ADGM registered and licensed entities and dedicated client managers with Preferential Shari’a compliant banking services and facilitating knowledge sharing on the latest banking and finance developments.

The MoU establishes a formal framework for cooperation and assistance between the Bank and ADGM, and both parties will be focusing on strengthening collaboration in the areas of education and training, business development, co-hosting Digital Lab, creating awareness research pertaining to financial services, banking, and FinTech-related initiatives.

Additionally, the MoU aims to increase collaboration between the two entities to initiate preferential banking services, such as fast and efficient bank account opening, for ADGM registered and licensed entities and dedicated client managers, among others.

Commenting on the partnership, Nasser Al Awadhi, Group Chief Executive Officer, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank said, “This MoU is a strategic milestone in ADIB’s plan to contribute to economic and financial sector growth in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the UAE.

In partnership with ADGM, we are committed to advancing the dynamic business environment and supporting thriving financial ecosystem. ADIB will provide ADGM registered entities with seamless banking experience, bespoke financial solutions and expertise through a broad collection of customised products and services to help them achieve their full potential.”

Dhaher bin Dhaher, CEO of the Registration Authority (RA) of ADGM, said, “The MoU between ADGM and ADIB will establish further collaboration in areas of banking and financial services.—ibsintelligence


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