Several members of the executive management from Oman Arab Bank (OAB), headed by Rashad al Musafir, acting CEO, lately visited the employees and branches in Salalah in order to provide their assistance and assess the harm in the wake of Cyclone Mekunu.
The management also organised a unique iftar meeting for all employees in the Dhofar governorate.
Musafir mentioned, “We at OAB have always placed the well-being of our staff above all else. Following the recent cyclone that hit the Dhofar region, we felt that it was vital for us to visit each of the branches in person and meet with the staff. This not only allowed us to assess the condition of each of the branches but also allowed us to meet with the staff and get a better understanding of any difficulties they may be facing, in order to offer them our support wherever possible.”
The bank also organised a unique iftar gathering for its employees at the Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara. The occasion supplied an chance for more than 70 employees from branches in the Dhofar area to meet with the going to members of the executive management in an informal atmosphere enabling them to talk about in detail any troubles they have faced given that the cyclone.
“At OAB, we consider ourselves to be one big family and as a result, a lot of our staff members have come forward wishing to make donations to help their colleagues in Salalah. This is why, we also launched a special account within the bank in order to make it easier for them to do so. In addition, the bank will do everything possible to ensure that every member of our staff overcomes any difficulties or challenges they are facing,” added Musafir.
Oman Arab Bank is 1 of the initial banks to be established in Oman, with a wealthy and proud history. Today, the bank operates a network of 65 branches and offices and 148 ATMs.
Information Source: Muscat Daily