The BIBF holds a virtual talk on Sustainable Cities

The seminar was presented by the CEO of Diyar Al Muharraq, Eng. Ahmed Ali Al-Ammadi as a keynote speaker, who focused on the social sustainability aspects of Diyar Al Muharraq project

The BIBF holds a virtual talk on Sustainable Cities

Manama: The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) held a virtual real estate seminar via Zoom on sustainable cities and local communities, as part of a series of free periodic seminars to discuss the latest trends in the real estate field.

The seminar was presented by the CEO of Diyar Al Muharraq, Eng. Ahmed Ali Al-Ammadi as a keynote speaker, who focused on the social sustainability aspects of Diyar Al Muharraq project in terms of designing a master plan that comprehensively enhances the quality of life of residents and supports individual and societal health for various segments of society. He also explained how everyone can contribute into achieving sustainability, pointing out that  socially responsible products and services come at the forefront of millennial’s minds, as this generation  prefers products and projects that are sustainable.

On his part, Mr. Ahmed Naeemi, BIBF Head of the Centre for Digital Transformation and Project Management presented key training programmes and seminars offered by the Centre for Real Estate professionals, and mentioned the BIBF’s recent initiatives in the real estate field, including the upcoming Real Estate Forum, that will be launched soon.

Ms. Zeeba Askar, BIBF Head of Banking & Finance Centre, also joined the seminar to discuss the the Kingdom’s steps towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She also highlighted the Institute’s initiatives in the field of Sustainable development, including the Sustainable Development Academy that was launched last month, and includes training courses and professional qualifications to hone the skills and expertise of banking professionals in the field of sustainable finance.



The BIBF is the leading training and education provider in the region and is affiliated to the Central Bank of Bahrain. The Institute plays a vital role in the development of human capital in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Gulf region, the wider Middle East, Africa and beyond.

The BIBF’s commitment to excellence has strengthened its position as the leading educational provider across all major business disciplines. The BIBF serves as a partner to numerous world-class institutions; delivering Thought Leadership, Assessment and Training in the areas of:

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