RAKBANK Celebrates the 47th UAE National Day

RAKBANK Celebrates the 47th UAE National Day

Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates – November 28, 2018: RAKBANK celebrated the 47th UAE National Day by organizing a special ceremony in its Ras Al Khaimah headquarters and across all 38 branches.

Senior management and staff, from different nationalities and backgrounds, all gathered to commemorate the 47th National Day, as well as celebrate the UAE’s culture and heritage.

The ceremony began with the UAE national anthem, and then a group of Emirati youth stood alongside one another for the traditional Emirati dance that was performed by Al Harbiya band to commemorate the nation’s spirit of the union. Lastly, a group of Emirati students from a local school based in Ras Al Khaimah prepared an endearing performance to celebrate the 47th National Day, which then later ended in the performance of a traditional Emirati wedding scene.

ENDS –

About RAKBANK
RAKBANK, also known as The National Bank of Ras Al Khaimah (P.S.C), is one of the UAE’s most dynamic financial institutions. Founded in 1976, it underwent a major transformation in 2001 as it rebranded into RAKBANK and shifted its focus from purely corporate to retail and small business banking. In addition to offering a wide range of Personal Banking services, the Bank increased its lending in the traditional SME, Commercial, and Corporate segment in recent years. The Bank also offers Islamic Banking solutions, via RAKislamic, throughout its 38 branches and its Telephone and Digital Banking channels. RAKBANK is a public joint stock company headquartered in the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah and listed on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX). For more information, please visit http://www.rakbank.ae or contact the Call Centre on +9714 213 0000. Alternatively, you can connect with RAKBANK via twitter.com/rakbanklive and facebook.com/rakbank.

 

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