By Libya Herald reporter.
Malta, 20 February 2015:
Aman bank, a leading privately owned Libyan bank which is partly owned by the Portuguese . . .[restrict]BES bank, has announced that it is opening its new business banking centre at its Gurji road headquarters in Tripoli.
The centre will provide services exclusively to the bank’s corporate clients.
The move to open the new business service centre at the main headquarters comes as part of Aman bank’s recent internal reorganization.
This reorganization has involved the transfer of all the electronic debit cards sector to the Al-Kabir hotel branch, in town centre.
Aman bank has been in the frontline of the deteriorating security situation in Libya having been the victim of armed heists and attempted heists.
However, earlier this month the bank seems to have received support from the GNC in obtaining security for its branches.
Despite the very difficult and challenging security and business environment in Libya, the bank has continued to provide some kind of service to its clients.
It has been a leading pioneer in spreading the mass use of debit cards in Libya and helping in partially converting Libya away from an almost entirely cash society. [/restrict]