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Alinma Bank Branch Inspire Architecture Students

Alinma Bank Branch Inspire Architecture Students

7 Dhul-Hijjah 1436 - 20 September 2015 G

Alinma Bank recently hosted a group of students from King Saud University’s College of Architecture and Planning at its Al-Ghadeer branch in Riyadh. The visit was designed to give the students practical insight into the careful planning and execution of Alinma’s innovative branch architecture. Since its inception, Alinma has become a recognized brand in the Kingdom, and its branch design functions as a tangible, living representation of the bank’s brand and it values.

Visiting students toured the branch and were given a detailed explanation of how Alinma had merged its distinct architectural identity with the technical and functional requirements of the branch. The visit was part of the college’s official activities for their students and was an opportunity for them to explore ideas and innovative architectural designs, which they could then use in academic projects.

Speaking about the visit, Alinma Bank CEO, Mr. Abdulmohsen Al-Fares stressed the bank’s commitment to cooperating with Saudi universities and other major educational institutions in the Kingdom in an effort to help develop and inspire young Saudis. He said he was pleased to host the students and to give them real-world exposure to architectural principles through the examination of Alinma’s branch engineering and design. He also noted that Alinma would continue to support citizens and residents; and he wished the students well in their academic pursuits.

Alinma Bank has a network of 112 branches throughout the Kingdom. Branches are purpose-built to deliver best-in-class service to bank partners (customers) in an innovative, aesthetic environment. Alinma also offers a broad array of 24/7 electronic channels, which include Alinma Internet (www.alinma.com) and Alinma Phone (8001208000) and Alinma Mobile, the Alinma smartphone application and the bank’s kingdom-wide network of over 1109 ATMs.

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