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Bahrain Credit Bureau hosts a delegation from Oman Credit and Financial Information Center “Mala’a”

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Last June, Bahrain Credit Bureau hosted a delegation from the Oman Credit and Financial Information Center (Mala’a) to attend week-long exchange sessions at BENEFIT headquarters in the capital, Manama. The visit shed light on the Bahrain Credit Bureau’s journey and its role in compiling comprehensive credit information in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

During the session, Bahrain Credit Bureau highlighted the various products and services offered by BENEFIT Company. He also made a statement about the operational process of relations with Bahrain Credit Bureau members, in addition to various credit center tools provided to individuals and companies.

The meeting is a follow-up to the Oman Credit and Financial Information Center’s (Mala’a) previous visit to Bahrain last March to explore the Bahrain Credit Bureau’s journey in the Kingdom. Representatives of Oman Credit and Financial Information Center (Mala’a) expressed their admiration for the successful development of the system and reporting structure in Bahrain Credit Bureau, and expressed that they would like to share this with their staff in order to benefit from Bahrain Credit Bureau. Excellent progress achieved by BENEFIT.

On this occasion, Latifa Al Mutawa, Head of Bahrain Credit Bureau, said: We are pleased to visit the Oman Credit and Financial Information Center (Mala’a) at our facilities and keep them updated on how we operate. A major player in the financial sector, the Bahrain Credit Bureau is responsible for sharing success plans to advance the shared vision of the MENA region. We all play an important role in improving the financial environment and promoting financial inclusion. Therefore, knowledge-sharing sessions and visits like this serve this trend, foster collaboration and bring us closer to our inclusive goal. We look forward to working integrated with the Oman Center for Credit and Financial Information (Mala’a) to exchange credit information for companies.



Source: Alayam

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