(Source: Middle East Company News) - Bahraini retail and commercial banking institution, BMI Bank, today launched its latest credit card online repayment channel in partnership with Benefit, Bahrain's national electronic network for financial transactions.About BMI Bank B.S.C. (c)
Bahraini retail and commercial banking institution, BMI Bank is a retail bank, registered in Bahrain and regulated by the Central Bank of Bahrain offering a full range of retail and commercial banking services. BMI Bank operates in Bahrain through a network of 8 branches and 27 ATMs with net banking for easy access to services. The online platforms offered by BMI bank were awarded the prestigious Bahrain e-Content Award 2009 in the e-Banking category, recognizing ease of use of its comprehensive e-banking services in a safe and secure environment in which to conduct personal and business transactions.
BMI Bank also operates an Offshore Bank in the Seychelles, a branch in Qatar and has a 21.33% shareholding in Gulf African Bank in Kenya. BMI Bank owns the Diners Club Services Bahrain W.L.L and operates the Diners Club cards franchise in Bahrain. BMI Bank's shareholders include some of the strongest and most respected financial institutions across the GCC, including BankMuscat.
BMI Bank currently offers its customers a range of retail products and services including savings and current accounts, Ayadi savings account, Sapphire, its Premier Banking service, credit cards including Diners Club and La Carte, a co-branded credit card in partnership with Geant Hypermarket Bahrain, consumer and vehicle loans, mortgages and fixed deposits. In addition to Retail Banking, BMI Bank offers full SME Banking, Premier Banking, Private Banking, Corporate Banking, Islamic Financial Services, and Treasury services
For further information, please contact:
Head, Corporate Communications
BMI Bank - Bahrain
Cell: +973 39782225
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