ENBD marks branch-focused 50th year
Dubai, June 5, 2013
UAE-based Emirates NBD, a leading bank in the region, inaugurated its retail branches-focused 50th anniversary celebrations, at the head office branch.
The programme started with a cake cutting ceremony attended by Hesham Al Qassim, vice chairman, Rick Pudner – Group CEO, Emirates NBD, board members and the bank’s Executive Committee.
This was followed by the senior bank officials signing a large greeting card, and a group picture taken at the giant 50 flower bed at the bank’s head office.
This event is also the inauguration of a roadshow by the bank’s senior management, to key branches nationwide and international offices, to celebrate Emirates NBD’s 50th anniversary of banking operations with the employees and staff. – TradeArabia News Service
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