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Oman Air and BankMuscat join hands

June 20 - BankMuscat and Oman Air signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Saturday to promote each other’s products and services to its customers. The MoU is just an extension of the bank’s commitment towards expanding its services. The agreement was signed by Sulaiman al Harthy, Group Deputy General Manager, Consumer Banking, on behalf of BankMuscat and AbdulRazaq Jumaa al Raisi, General Manager -- Worldwide Sales on behalf of Oman Air.

A Harthy, while speaking on the occasion, said: "BankMuscat aims at building a strategic partnership with Oman Air in an attempt to expand the services provided to the customers of both institutions. The bank's products and services have evolved over the years in line with specific customer requirements, fulfilling their financial dreams and aspirations. This MoU stems from the bank's commitment to fulfill its customer's requirements."

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