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Doha Bank and Mastercard Collaborate to Strengthen Digital Payment Services

Doha Bank and Mastercard have formed a major long-term partnership to boost the commercial bank’s payment solutions and support Qatar’s digital transformation goals.

This collaboration is designed to bolster Doha Bank’s leadership in customer service and innovative payment solutions, while aligning with its ‘Himma’ roadmap – aimed at redefining how it operates and serves its clients.

This strategic alliance, one of the most significant deals in Qatar’s financial sector, highlights Doha Bank’s commitment to digital transformation. The agreement, completed in record time, reflects the shared vision of both organisations to accelerate the adoption of digital payments and modernise banking services.

“Doha Bank is committed to playing a pivotal role in achieving the objectives of the Third Financial Sector Strategic Plan as part of Qatar National Vision 2030,” said Sheikh Abdulrahman bin Fahad Al Thani, Group CEO, Doha Bank.

“Our forward-looking partnership with Mastercard is a part of our continuous efforts to reshaping the country’s payments landscape providing the best benefits and solutions to the various segments of our customers.”

Dimitrios Dosis, president, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, Mastercard, also added: “At Mastercard, we are focused on driving payments innovation, accelerating digital transformation, and boosting financial inclusion across the globe.

“As one of the region’s most dynamic economies with a robust and positive outlook, Qatar is an integral part of our growth strategy. This long-term partnership with Doha Bank will be a key milestone for the country’s ambitious digital future as we help unlock new opportunities for its people.”

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