NBK welcomes the 8th Batch of trainees in the "Moody's Credit Curriculum Program"

As part of the training partnership and ongoing cooperation with Moody's since 5 years

NBK welcomes the 8th Batch of trainees in the Moody's Credit Curriculum Program

National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) welcomed the eighth batch of trainees in the “Moody’s Credit Curriculum Program”, which was designed and organized in partnership with the international credit rating agency, Moody’s Analytics, with a view to develop the skills of the bank’s employees.

The welcoming ceremony was held in accordance to all precautionary health measures and social distancing regulations, and was attended by, Mr. Sulaiman Al-Marzouq, Deputy CEO of NBK – Kuwait, Mr. Emad Al-Ablani, GM – Group Human Resources, as well as other bank executives.

The program will be provided over a period of two months, through virtual & E-Learning platforms, which will cover a variety of topics, such as introduction to banking, Financial Analysis, Corporate Credit Risk Analysis, Structure Risk, Relationship Management Fundamentals and Accounting for Credit Professionals.

The program also highlights the basics of managing relationships with customers and ways to develop communication skills with them to reach balanced discussions with business owners to identify their needs and develop financial ideas.

The program will host 20 trainees from Corporate Banking Group, Consumer Banking Group, Risk Management, International Banking and other relevant divisions.

Moody’s is one of the best and oldest financial corporations specializing in economic research, financial analysis and evaluation of private and government institutions in terms of strength, financial position and creditworthiness.

The training partnership extending for 5 years with Moody’s Analytics reflects NBK’s strategy to upgrade its human assets, being the cornerstone of all leading institutions, by providing the best training programs. It also translates the Bank’s endeavors in establishing a growing path in the career of its employees by providing them with training programs organized in partnership with leading universities and international institutions, in addition to training them to bring solutions to challenges in the banking sector.

It is worth mentioning that NBK consistently supports its employees in building their careers within the bank, believing that its sustained successful transformation depends on the diversity and quality of talents. In recent challenging times, efficient workforce proved to make a difference, acting as a strategic pillar of the Bank’s strategy and ambitious plans for the future.

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