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Noor Islamic Bank and Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Est. for Young Business Leaders sign MoU

Noor Islamic Bank PJSC ('Noor'), today announced it has entered into an agreement with Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment for Young Business Leaders (SME) to build on mutual expertise and foster the growth of small and medium sized enterprises in the region.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), articulating cooperation between the two entities, was signed by Hussain Al Qemzi, Group CEO of Noor Islamic Bank, and Abdul Baset Al Janahi, CEO of SME.

Under the agreement, Noor Islamic Bank will be granted preferred financial services provider status by SME to provide its members with specific Islamic finance solutions, including access to Shari'ah-compliant working capital and cash flow management, business analysis on specific industry segments, strategic and operational support, as well as reviewing and validating assumptions for business plans.

In exchange, SME will facilitate Noor Islamic Bank to identify vendors and organise training workshops and seminars. It will also help Noor review and validate assumptions for business plans to drive the growth of small and medium sized enterprises in the region. Both organisations will provide multi dimensional levels of consultancy and advisory services bureau function to the targeted SME audience.

Hussain Al Qemzi said: 'This partnership will encourage young business leaders aspiring to enter the highly competitive private sector. The preferential Islamic financial services offered by Noor Islamic Bank to SME member companies will help minimise the overheads and operational costs of members' start up companies, and eventually empower national entrepreneurs.'

Abdul Baset Al Janahi said: 'SME was established to promote and encourage the national entrepreneurial spirit by serving as a catalyst to economic growth. The agreement with Noor Islamic underlines our efforts to achieve this goal by empowering small and start up companies through collaboration with leading national organizations.'

Noor Islamic Bank has a dedicated SME banking unit that has forged several alliances with key governmental and private sector organisations to create products and services focused on the specific needs of small and medium businesses.


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