Sharjah Finance Department signed on Monday, an agreement with Sharjah Islamic Bank to work together in banking services to be provided to customers of both sides, in the context of Making the settlement service easer to the clients and also allowing them to pay service charges as well as Government deals easy as well as secure means.
The signing ceremony at the headquarters of the central finance Department between HE Waleed Al Sayegh, General Director of the central finance Department, HE Mohammed Abdullah, CEO of Sharjah Islamic Bank, in the presence of a number of officials and senior officials from both sides.
The Convention covers the ongoing collaboration between the Department and also the Bank to make certain the regularity of service operations in all banking networks, including telephone as well as Internet services offered and ATMs and smart applications, billing the account through cheques and also direct payment from a savings account.
HE Waleed Al Sayegh claimed "Sharjah Finance Department gives premium services to fulfill the demands of clients to accomplish their goals, and also frequently seeks to streamline and also facilitate payment solutions and also federal government deals, this vital arrangement with Sharjah Islamic Bank is in the direction of achieving these goals as well as provides a modern system for the clients to conduct deals in a risk-free as well as secure manner".
For his part, HE Mohammed Abdullah claimed "Our collaboration with Sharjah Finance Department is a key driver for boosting consumer fulfillment with the services provided by SFD attained with participation in between Government and also economic sectors in the Emirate of Sharjah. Sharjah Islamic bank remains to buy leveraging modern-day and also secure modern technology in supplying a large breadth of banking financial solutions for the Government of Sharjah and the business world".
Through this arrangement, Sharjah Islamic bank shall approve Tahseel repayments via money counters as well as cheques and likewise across financial channels such as IVR, Internet banking as well as ATM's.