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Doha, Qatar: QNB, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has celebrated the graduation of 10 of its employees in the eighth batch of the National Kawader Malia Program“Financial Cadres” 2023, launched by Qatar Finance and Business Academy, in partnership with the Qatar Central Bank and a number of other strategic partners.
The program aims to professionally empower Qatari nationals who have recently graduated or who have recently joined the labor market, in the fields of finance and business, in addition to encouraging future generations to take an interest in these specialisations and develop their aspirations and skills by providing distinguished professional development programs and certificates from internationally accredited centers.
The bank's diamond sponsorship of the program, which aims to qualify graduates or recently recruited employees to assume leadership positions in the financial services sector, is in line with the development goals that support the Qatar National Vision 2030.
In this context, Abdullah Nasser Al Khalifa, Senior Executive Vice President – QNB Group Human Capital, said:“As a leading financial institution locally and internationally, we are keen to participate in supporting and developing a generation of Qatari leaders in the financial sector." Read Also
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He continued by saying that "We are proud of the graduation of a number of our qualified employees in the eighth batch of Kawader Malia Program 2023, which will constitute a milestone in their professional future. These types of programs motivate many to develop their skills and move forward towards achieving their ambitions in line with market requirements and the state's national vision."
It is noteworthy that the graduation ceremony was organised by Qatar Finance and Business Academy, in the presence of senior officials from the banking and financial sector.
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