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28 graduate from QFBA Kawader programme

28 graduate from QFBA Kawader programme

Tribune News Network
Doha
Twenty eight students have graduated from the seventh batch of Qatar Finance and Business Academy’s (QFBA) national skills development programme “Kawader”.
Qatar Central Bank (QCB) Deputy Governor and QFBA Board of Directors chairman Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Qasim al Thani and QFBA President Dr Khalid al Horr were present at the event along with CEOs of several firms in the financial services sector.
Dr Horr said, “Kawader graduates are now more equipped than ever to successfully pursue their careers in the financial services sector and lead the advancement of our beloved nation. With a mission to uphold the pillars of the Qatar National Vision 2030, we continuously work with young and talented professionals capable of occupying leadership roles and strategic management positions that can propel the development of the financial services sector of Qatar
forward.
Horr also highlighted the fact that this year was the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the academy, which has so far graduated 176 students since its inception.
“We can now proudly say that QFBA has become the trusted national partner for professional development and training in the financial services sector. This in turn has enabled it to partner with other sectors and governmental institutions to provide long-term national training programs. We are determined to continue this trajectory and journey.”
Kawader is an innovative learning initiative comprised of a comprehensive financial training model blending theoretical knowledge and practical skills to meet the needs and demands of Qatar’s financial services sector.
The programme provides its participants with an in depth perspective on globally recognized international institutions in the financial world, allowing trainees to benefit directly from qualified experts accredited by certified financial institutions covering an array of financial disciplines.

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