LGB BANK s.a.l sponsored the gathering reception organized by the Embassy of the Slovak Republic on November 17 at the Phoenicia Hotel in Beirut on the occasion of the Slovak National Day of Fighting for Freedom and Democracy.
The event was attended by representatives of the Lebanese Government and its institutions, representatives of the diplomatic and business community and international institutions.
Commenting on the occasion, the Vice Chairman CEO of LGB Bank s.a.l., Mr. Samer Itani said: “We are honored to support Slovakia on its National Day, and we are proud of our friendly relations with foreign countries that trust LGB BANK and its active social responsibility in Lebanon.”
Following its recent pioneering achievements among the Lebanese Banking Group “Alpha” on the audited financial results, the bank was ranked first in the asset growth rate of 12.44%, second in the deposit growth of 10.9%, third in the growth of private capital that increased by 17.10%, fourth in the growth of loans that increased by 8.43%, and won the fifth place in the net profit growth rate of 13.14%. In recognition of the efforts exerted by LGB BANK s.a.l. to establish a distinct position among the biggest Lebanese banks, the World Arab Bankers granted the bank the Banking Executive Award 2016 for the Best Bank Card in the Arab world. The bank also received the MEFTECH award for the best retail bank of the year and the prize of Best Financial Transformation by Banker Middle East. This proves that LGB BANK s.a.l. seeks to acquire various awards that showcase its success through its innovative and modern financial products offered in its 18 branches in Lebanon, a branch in Cyprus, and a representative office in Dubai, and through its highly secured and safe online banking services on mobile and web, in addition to a range of social media channels. Moreover, the bank’s customers benefit from unprecedented services such as advanced loyalty program and night banking services, in addition to quality products such as foreign currency cards in UAE Dirhams, Turkish Lira, Saudi Riyal and Sterling Pound, as well as elite cards such as Black Card, Porsche Club Card and Yacht Card.