Working revenue for the interval reached Dh554.1 million, up 34.2 per cent.
Internet curiosity revenue and web revenue from Islamic financing and funding actions had been up 69.4 per cent, and web charges, fee and different revenue had been up 6.6 per cent in comparison with the year-ago interval.
Complete property remained secure at Dh47.5 billion in comparison with Dh47.6 billion at 2022 year-end, up by 11.5 per cent from March 31, 2022.
Dr. Raja Easa Al Gurg, Deputy Chairperson stated: “We’re happy to see a formidable begin to 2023 with a strong set of outcomes for the primary quarter supported by the comparatively buoyant enterprise setting and the federal government’s dedication to diversifying the UAE’s financial system. Likewise, NBF’s staunch concentrate on high quality progress in supporting our buyer’s enterprise throughout all principal segments, enchancment in asset high quality and proactive administration of funding portfolio enabled it to attain a powerful general monetary efficiency.