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|11 June, 2018

Deputy Prince of Riyadh Honors Saudi Fransi Bank for Sponsoring Graduation Ceremony of Dar Al Uloom University

Deputy Prince of Riyadh Honors Saudi Fransi Bank for Sponsoring Graduation Ceremony of Dar Al Uloom University

Riyadh, KSA: His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Deputy Governor of Riyadh, honored Saudi Fransi Bank for sponsoring the graduation ceremony, which was organized by Dar Al Uloom University in Riyadh.

The accolade, which took place during the university’s annual graduation ceremony, aims to pay tribute to the strategic partnership between Saudi Fransi Bank and Dar Al Uloom University. It also reflects the bank’s commitment to boost the capabilities of national cadres and to leverage their potentials in the banking sector. It also aligns with the bank’s endeavors to establish long-term strategies that support the youth’s abilities and pave the way for them to advance into the future by providing them with career opportunities that cater to their aspirations and fulfill their ambitions. This constitutes an essential foundation to achieve the Saudi Vision 2030, by supporting the national economy, driving development and utilizing young skills in various fields.

Mr. Munir Bin Mohammed Khayat, Chief Executive Officer of Human Resources Group at Saudi Fransi Bank, stressed that the bank’s sponsorship of this event reflects its keenness to attract qualified national cadres to work in the banking industry, nurture an appropriate working environment for Saudi youth and support national initiatives. It is also part of the bank’s quest to exert further efforts to achieve development goals in the Saudi nationalization scheme.

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He further explained that the Saudization percentage in the bank has increased from 80 percent to 92 percent and that the bank’s efforts in this regard have earned it several awards, notably: the ‘Best Saudi Workplace’ for 2016 and 2017; the ‘Employees' Choice Awards’, and ‘Best Saudization Initiative Award’ for 2015 and 2016.

Adding further, Mr. Khayyat noted that the bank is dedicated to finding and recruiting highly qualified and distinguished male and female graduates. “To this end, the bank implements several training programs specifically designed to promote the skills of fresh graduates, with the aim of nurturing a future base of professional bankers to work at the bank by enhancing their skills and knowledge of banking work to realize the bank’s strategic goals,” he said. Concluding, he emphasized that human resources are the key factor to ensure the success of the bank’s plans. 

*Source: AETOSWire
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