MUZN offers convenience from comfort of home thru digital banking solutions


Pioneering innovation in the Islamic finance industry, Muzn, National Bank of Oman’s (NBO) Islamic banking window, continues to enhance its digital platforms to serve the growing needs of its customers.

From Corporate Internet Banking (CIB) to its mobile app, individuals and companies have a host of convenient functions at their fingertips, enabling them to manage their finances around the clock, from the comfort of home.

Backed up by Muzn’s exceptional customer service, they are among an expanding list of modern Sharia’a-compatible solutions that provide customers with a distinguished banking experience while meeting their diverse financial requirements.

Salima Al Marzouqi, Chief Islamic Banking Officer (CIBO), said, “Especially given the events of the last year, access to digital services has become more important than ever, which is why we ensure that our digital platforms are continually upgraded and enhanced, offering our customers more choice and more value.

As we build on the precedent we have set over the last seven years, we continue to meet the needs of an ever-evolving market, promote digital transformation in the banking industry, and contribute to the Sultanate’s overall economic growth and development.”

Enjoyed by a growing number of customers, Muzn’s leading mobile banking and online services are expertly tailored for both individuals and companies.

Available in English and Arabic, the easy and secure mobile app helps users stay connected with the bank, whether they need information on products, to find the closest Muzn ATMs and branches, check their account information, or perform financial transactions like bill payments and local and international transfers.

Its latest features include Wallet Transfer, which enables users to send and receive money locally and instantly using a mobile number, and Scan & Pay using QR codes.

Meanwhile, the bank’s corporate internet banking suite offers companies large and small a range of convenient functions from bulk salary transfers to account management and bill payments.

What’s more, it offers online self-registration and online password reset, making it even more seamless.—Zawya News

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