Barwa Bank, Qatar academy in training deal
Doha, December 3, 2013
Qatar-based Barwa Bank has signed a deal with the Qatar Financial Business Academy (QFBA) to provide accredited and certified training and development to its employees.
Under the terms of the MoU, the academy will provide Barwa Bank with internationally recognised training and educational services in bank finance, soft skills and business.
Steve Troop, the group CEO of Barwa Bank, said: “QFBA is recognised as the leading specialised training and development centre in the financial services sector in Qatar and we are very pleased to be working with them."
"Qatar’s financial services sector continues to transform itself and one of the pre-requisites to ensure that we lead in this is through effective training and capacity building," said Troop.
Nasser Moh'd Al Hajri, the chief administration officer, said: “As a fast-growing business, we are keen to attract and retain talent interested in building a long-term career with Barwa Bank. One way we do this is through nurturing and supporting our employees with training, and professional development in order that they can build rewarding careers that best meet the need of our clients.”
“QFBA’s training and development programs will be designed and delivered around Barwa Bank’s needs and up to the required international standards,” remarked Dr Abdulaziz Al Horr, CEO, QFBA. - TradeArabia News Service
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