Ramallah, Palestine, November 01, 2014 — The National Bank “TNB” announced today launching the first Palestinian Mobile Banking application, to clients using Android and iOS, aiming to surround them with the latest, fastest and most secured technological banking solutions.

The application enables clients to keep track of their account balances anywhere and anytime, including details of the transactions performed for two years, and transfer funds between own accounts and other TNB accounts. Clients are also able to receive alerts on the transactions made on their accounts, and a reminder for payments due dates . Through the app, customers can also apply for loans, retrieve the currency exchange rates and locate TNB branches and ATMs. The app can be downloaded for free from App store for iOS and Google Play for Android phones.

Ahmad Hajhassan, General Manager of TNB commented:

“in line with the worldwide progress of banking services, the necessity for sophisticated and modern banking services in Palestine is paramount. We are committed to introducing sound and modern banking services to the Palestinian banking market, and we pledge to forge ahead with our obligations and meet the expectations of our clients.”

“TNB mobile” app has been developed in partnership with Ubanquity Systems, Limited, which is a leading white-label omni-channel solution provider to banks and financial institutions. Roy Zakka, CEO of Ubanquity Systems Limited, commented:

“We are glad to provide TNB with our innovative Mobile Banking platform, through an incredible remote and a timely deployment. TNB customers will now enjoy a real-time banking experience on their mobiles, with integrated personal finance management and localization tools”.

“TNB Mobile” application is the first banking app to be launched amongst the Palestinian banks, and is developed with the highest levels of security meeting PCI-DSS global standards.

About TNB
The National Bank (TNB), listed on the Palestine Securities Exchange (ticker: TNB), was born out of the merger of Al Rafah Microfinance Bank and the Arab Palestinian Investment Bank. Today, TNB is a universal bank that provides a broad range of financial services to corporate and retail sectors including investment services and microfinance lending. TNB seeks to be the national alternative for those seeking a sound, modern and dynamic financial services provider. TNB’s robust entry into the Palestinian business market was marked by the development of smart products and premium quality services. TNB works through 8 branches in the West Bank and is establishing 2 others before year-end 2014. TNB has been on a strong growth trajectory and recently received the award for the fastest growing bank in Palestine for 2014 by CPI Financial/Banker Middle East.

For more information about TNB please visit our website: www.tnb.ps
Or follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TNBPalestine
TNB Contact:
Reem Anani
Head of Public Relations
Tel: +972 294 6090
Fax: +972 294 6118
E-mail: ranani@tnb.ps

About Ubanquity Systems Ltd.
Founded in 2011, Ubanquity Systems Limited is a leading white-label omni-channel solution provider to banks and financial institutions. Based on a next generation technology and a real-time customer engagement experience, Ubanquity’s portfolio consists of banking omni-channels, payments, analytics and loyalty solutions. Ubanquity Systems is an Irish company based in Dublin, with sales and support offices in the MENA region, including Lebanon and Jordan.

For more information about Ubanquity please visit https://www.ubanquity.com
Ubanquity Systems Ltd. Contact:
Jacqueline Haddad
Block 4, The Harcourt Center, Harcourt Road
Dublin 2, Ireland
Tel: +353 1 477 3931
E-mail: Jacqueline.Haddad@ubanquity.com

Established in 1996 in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, PRIMUS is a regional company and MARKET leader with a specialized focus on software solutions, consultancy and infrastructure services. PRIMUS partnered with Ubanquity Systems Limited to resell the next generation banking platform developed by Ubanquity to the finance industry in Palestine. For more information, please visit http://www.primus.com.jo

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