BIBF-Moody's Analytics sign key training deal
Manama, November 21, 2012
Moody's Analytics and the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) have agreed to a long-term collaboration for the joint provision of financial training and executive education projects targeted at Bahrain's financial community.
Moody's Analytics is a global provider of blended, customised training solutions to the financial services industry.
The company has experienced tremendous growth from its training and development solutions outside of traditional risk and capital markets, in areas such as personnel development, client relationship development, conflict resolution, negotiations and selling skills.
As per the MoU, BIBF and Moody's Analytics will collaborate on training courses for graduate level professionals in the financial sector, financial management courses and executive education programmes for senior management, organisation of conferences, professional certification courses jointly awarded by Moody's Analytics and BIBF, and e-learning opportunities.
BIBF is the exclusive provider of these new initiatives with Moody's Analytics in Bahrain.
"This MoU reaffirms our commitment to the Bahrain financial services sector in ensuring we merge our strategy of strong international affiliations with differentiated customised business education and training solutions," said BIBF director Garry Muriwai.
"I look forward to the collaboration with Moody's Analytics who have an internationally-recognised footprint as a leading continuous professional development provider," he added.
"In the Middle East as well as globally, Moody's Analytics remains at the forefront of the provision of blended, customised training solutions to the financial services industry," said Moody's Analytics Middle East director Wael Jadallah.
"We believe that the signing of the MoU with BIBF further reinforces our commitment to offering financial training services in Bahrain as well as the wider Middle East region," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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