Abu Dhabi- 19 November, 2012 – Islamic Finance House Pvt. JSC, (IFH) has announced the grand opening of its new main branch, which is located at the heart of the Capital city, Abu Dhabi.
Committing to grow across the UAE and serve customers’ seeking Shari’a compliant financial services through its wide and diversified portfolio of Shari’a compliant products including, personal and business finance in addition to investments, IFH aims to enrich its customers’ financial experience through adopting a customer-centric approach.
Eisa Alqubaisi, Chairman of Islamic Finance House said: “We at Islamic Finance House offer innovative Shari’a compliant personal and business Islamic finance products, with a clear objective to become the preferred financial institution in the UAE”.
“As we seek to position IFH as premier Islamic finance company in the UAE, we empower our strength from being a member of Finance House Group, by adding a new diversification to the groups’ wide portfolio through serving its strong and growing customer base”, concluded Alqubaisi.
The new branch is strategically located in an accessible area in Abu Dhabi, and handled by a thoroughly skilled management team and staff devoted to serve customers from Saturday to Thursday between 08:00 am and 05:00 pm, to offer them a wide range of Shari’a compliant financial services and meet the diverse requirements of personal and business Islamic finance customers.
Islamic Finance House, provides Shari’a compliant financial products for businesses and business owners, seeking personalized services and products that serve the growth of their businesses.
Moreover, a highly professional team is devoted to efficiently help retail customers in fulfilling their financial needs through Shari’a compliant products including, Credit Cards, Personal, Auto and Home Finance.
IFH is a Private Joint Stock Company licensed by Central Bank of the UAE, managed by a highly qualified team and monitored by an accredited Shari’a Supervisory Board appointed from the world’s most renowned scholars associated with the Islamic banking industry.