Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) Islamic Banking will hold a special grand prize draw for its shari’ah compliant EMSA savings account to mark the celebration of the 41st UAE National Day. Emirati Millionaire Savings Account (EMSA) is exclusively designed to meet the needs of UAE national’s and actively encourages them to save.
The draw is due to take place at ADCB’s head office on the 9th of December 2012 under the supervision of the Ministry of Economy .
This year’s grand prize will offer one lucky EMSA customer to stand the chance to win an “income for 15 years”. The prize is an addition to a number of other prizes.
Commenting on the upcoming draw, Amr Al Menhali, Head of Islamic Banking at ADCB, said, “We offer our customers a full range of banking products and services under three main pillars: transparent Shari’ah Compliance, flexibility of choice and maximum convenience of banking channels. Our promise is to ensure the customer banking experience remains at the highest level of quality, service and convenience while assuring the comfort of full Shari’ah compliance through independent Shari’ah Board approval. This product has been nominated for the “Most Innovative Product” Award and we hope that we win it. We are delighted to celebrate the UAE National Day with our customers and we would like to wish all our EMSA account holders the best of luck in the upcoming draw.”
The draw, which includes customers from all seven Emirates will be announced after the grand draw on the 9th of December 2012. The announcement will be made on the ADCB Islamic Banking Website. Since its inception, today over 8,000 customers have signed up for the EMSA account, this highlights the trust that customers have in ADCB.
In line with its commitment to being a responsible bank, and in line with the bank’s Islamic values, ADCB will donate Dhs25 on behalf of each customer when they open an EMSA account. The total amount already donated comes to Dhs208,000. The donations are paid quarterly and have been directed to the following causes, Zakat Fund, Khorfakkan Club for Handicapped and the Khalifa Foundation.
Source : AMEinfo