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Attractive auto finance offer from Meethaq to run till July 31

​MUSCAT, 13 June 2019

Meethaq, the pioneer of Islamic banking in Oman from Bank Muscat, in step with the bank’s vision ‘To serve you better, everyday’ has announced that the attractive vehicle finance offer launched for the Holy Month of Ramadhan will be available to all customers till 31 July 2019. The special Meethaq Ramadhan auto finance is currently available at an attractive 4.99 per cent annual profit rate, along with life Takaful during the entire finance period.

The Shari’a compliant Meethaq auto finance is based on the concept of Murabaha wherein the cost of vehicle and profit is disclosed to the buyer. Meethaq purchases the vehicle at the customers’ request and sells it to them at the cost plus agreed profit. 

The exclusive benefits of Meethaq auto finance include financing up to 80 per cent of the value of vehicles, repayment tenure up to 8 years and free life Takaful coverage during the finance period. Notably, financing is also available for purchasing used vehicles. 

The bank does not charge any processing fee and offers competitive pricing. With minimal documentation and fast processing, the Meethaq car finance is available for citizens and residents at all Meethaq branches. To provide added convenience, Meethaq sales teams are available on-site at car showrooms in Wattayah, Mawaleh, Nizwa and Ibri during Ramadhan, so as to facilitate the fastest processing time for customers.

Meethaq, under the umbrella of Bank Muscat, is the leading Islamic financial services provider in Oman, operating on the principles of Transparency, Trust and Partnership, ensuring the comfort of remaining true to one’s religious tenets and values.

Meethaq has adopted the best practices in Islamic banking and finance worldwide to combine a robust model, which protects customers and complements the Islamic banking industry. Every Meethaq product goes through the process of Shari’a compliance certification by the Shari’a Supervisory Board and is created in line with the guidelines of the Central Bank of Oman.