Meethaq Sharia’a supervisory board also held the fourth meeting of 2017 to review the fourth quarter performance and growth strategy for 2018. The two meetings were held at Bank Muscat head office in the presence of board members and top management team members, according to a press release.
Meethaq Sharia’a supervisory board meeting reviewed 2017 performance and new products and services in the pipeline for 2018, the sukuk programme, finance for corporate projects as well as audit report for the fourth quarter of 2017.
Sulaiman al Harthy, deputy CEO – Islamic banking at Bank Muscat, said, “Meethaq Sharia’a supervisory board discussed many important topics to consolidate the leading position of Meethaq Islamic Banking. Meethaq is focused on developing as a benchmark for
Islamic banking and finance in Oman and the region. Within four years of operations, Meethaq has crossed a milestone of over RO1bn in assets and consolidated its leadership position, recording many achievements contributing to the growth and development of the sultanate’s economy. The Meethaq Sharia’a supervisory board has made valuable contributions in establishing Meethaq as the leading Islamic banking service provider in Oman.”
Meethaq maintains leadership position in the Islamic banking industry in Oman in terms of financing receivables, branch network, products and services, IT infrastructure and human resources. Meethaq has also widened its state-of-the-art branch network to 17.