Commercial Bank, Qatar’s first private bank, announced the launch of a new account opening facility named as ‘CB Instant Account’, using the Bank’s award-winning mobile application.
New customers wishing to bank with Commercial Bank can simply download the Bank’s mobile application, “CBQ Mobile”, and provide all details and required information electronically, without the need to visit any branch.
CB Instant Account offers potential customers a simple, convenient, and easy way to benefit from a wide range of banking and remittance services. It also showcases the Bank’s commitment to innovation and digitisation. This means customers can now open accounts using their mobile app and receive their bank account number. A Commercial Bank staff member will assist in providing the customer with cards and cheque books as part of the welcome experience.
Amit Sah, EGM and head of Retail Banking said: “Commercial Bank has been pioneering the market with services that primarily rely on cutting-edge technology to provide a world-class banking experience to its customers. The new online account opening proposition provides customers with convenient, flexible, and fast services. It is a unique proposition that heralds a new era of opening an account in a few minutes. We believe that ease of banking is a key parameter for individuals when they look for a banking partner.”
The mobile application “CBQ Mobile” can be downloaded on both Android and iOS-based smartphones.
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