September 29, 2014 - Al Hilal Bank, the UAE's leading progressive Islamic bank, will bring joy to children celebrating Eid Al Adha this year with a generous ‘Eidiya’ or money gift for its young ‘Seghaar’ account holders.
As the little ones excitedly wear their new Eid clothes and enjoy the festive season with their families, they can ask their parents or guardians to stop by their Al Hilal Bank during banking hours from Wednesday, October 1, 2014 to Thursday, October 2, 2014 to receive their Eidiya and buy treats or spend on memorable adventures.
Al Hilal Bank’s latest charitable initiative aims to uplift Eid Al Adha’s spirit of faith, happiness and tenderness for the community. It also forms part of the bank’s special year-long promotions and incentives for its ‘Seghaar’ customers. The bank has been giving out ‘Eidiya’ as part of its corporate culture for a long time and will continue to do so in the future in partial fulfillment of its commitments to community welfare, charitable works, and social responsibility.
“Al Hilal Bank is committed to rewarding the loyalty of its young clients through unique programs that we try to tie up with local celebrations whenever we can. This way, we ingrain in them an appreciation for both money and culture – two key elements top their future success. We hope the little ones will have great fun with their ‘Eidiya’ as they mark this year’s Eid Al Adha with their families,” said Mohamed Jamil Berro, Group CEO, Al Hilal Bank.
Al Hilal Bank is fully-owned by the Abu Dhabi Investment Council, the investment arm of the Government of Abu Dhabi. It manages 22 local branches and 120 ATMs across the UAE as well as three overseas branches in Kazakhstan.
About Al Hilal Bank:
Al Hilal Bank was established in June 2008 with an authorized capital of AED 4 billion and is fully owned by the Abu Dhabi Investment Council, the investment arm of the Government of Abu Dhabi. The bank is Shariah compliant and operates through a network of 22 branches strategically located across the United Arab Emirates as well as 3 other branches in major cities of Kazakhstan. Al Hilal Bank aims to become the leading financial institution in the region and is committed to increase the growth of Islamic banking by providing new direction, new technologies and special services.
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