Al Hilal Bank, an Islamic bank started this year by the government-owned Abu Dhabi Investment Council, announced last week that it opened three additional branches. The new locations, on Hamdan Street in Abu Dhabi, in the Gharoud district of Dubai and on Buhairah Chorniche Road in Sharjah, expand Al Hilal's network of branches to seven. The bank already had branches in Dubai and Al Ain and had two in Abu Dhabi. "Being closer to our customers was the key motivator in opening these three branches, and these three prime locations allow us to offer the kind of personalised service that our clients have come to expect from us," Mohamed Jamil Berro, the CEO, said.
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