al khaliji appoints Qataris in leadership roles [CPI Financial]
(CPI Financial Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Al Khalij Commercial Bank (al khaliji) Q.S.C. has recently appointed a number of Qataris in senior management positions.
al khaliji's Group Chief Executive Officer Robin McCall said, "al khaliji's growth relies on the extent of our commitment to being the employer of choice, especially for Qataris. We are pleased to see a healthy balance between our external recruitment strategy which brings fresh experience and internal human capital development strategy, both of which will contribute to the Bank's overall growth."
Rana Al Asaad, Head of Premium Banking and Branches, possess 16 years of banking experience. Rana progressed in her past roles from a branch manager to head of Branches for Consumer and Corporate Banking customers, and reached Senior Vice President Position in her past role. In al khaliji, Rana will participate in developing al khaliji's Personal Banking strategy through a focused Premium and Private banking approach. Rana is talented in providing customized financial solutions to high net worth clients, their families and businesses. She has expertise in branch management and displays deep knowledge of the industry.
Najla Moosa has joined al khaliji as Head of Premium Partnerships and Mortgages. In her 15 years of banking experience, she worked in a number of positions and has built a strong background and deep understanding of Premium customer relationships. Najla will be managing and developing key areas of the bank's growth strategy for Premium Banking.
Hamad Al Kubaisi, Group Head of Human Resources said, "We are committed to recruiting, developing and retaining Qatari nationals. The new appointments are a reflection of our commitment to Qatarization and to the value we place on hiring home growth local talent." He further added, "We aim to contribute towards the creation of an innovative Qatari workforce, as part of our commitment to meet the human development pillar of the Qatar Vision 2030. I am convinced that these talents will become Qatar's future banking generations."
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