Kuwait: 190 newly graduated Kuwaitis joins NBK family in 201829.11.2018
National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) announced the recruitment of more than 190 young men and women of national talents in 2018, thus cementing its position as one of the largest employers of national manpower in the private sector.
"NBK's strategy aims to attract young national talents and provide them with opportunities to embark upon their journey of professional fulfillment in one of the best banks in the region," said Mr. Emad Ahmed Al-Ablani, General Manager, Human Resources at NBK Group,He added that the bank is proud to be one of the largest private sector employers for national manpower, supporting their development pathway through the highest professional academic programs.
Al-Ablani pointed out that NBK has become the preferred recruitment destination among newly graduated Kuwaitis as well as those looking for a promising career, thanks to the bank’s resources and developmental programs that meet international standards and their role in the enhancement of youth skills and competencies.
He highlighted that NBK is proud to see its employees rise to leadership positions within the bank, noting that NBK will always remain the biggest supporter of national cadres helping them to achieve their ambitions and career objectives.
Al-Ablani added that as part of NBK’s focus on national talents, the bank has designed special programs in cooperation with leading international institutes and universities to provide professional development and ensure its staff advancement in their career paths and to accomplish its mission of preparing future banking sector leaders.
Kuwait: NBK Academy Celebrates Graduation of 20th Batch of Employees07.01.2019
The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) celebrated the graduation of its 20th batch of newly recruited employees from its annual NBK Academy which develops the skills of university graduates and qualifies them to work in the banking sector.
The ceremony was attended by the Chief Executive Officer - Kuwait at the National Bank of Kuwait, Mr. Salah Al-Fulaij, the Deputy CEO - Kuwait at the National Bank of Kuwait, Mr. Sulaiman Al-Marzouq and other members of the Executive Management.
Graduates who have ranked first this year were awarded for outstanding efforts in the duration of the program, attending lectures, practical training and on-site visits to branches.
During the four-month period of the program, the training phases of the Academy covered the various aspects of banking such as banking principles, risk management, teamwork, financial accounting, marketing, negotiation, consumer and commercial lending, in addition to practical trainings in rotating departments within the Bank during which they were mentored by internationally-accredited trainers to enable employees to gain specialized banking skills.
NBK Academy is designed to develop the theoretical and practical skills of trainees to prepare them to the banking sector and arm them with hands-on experience, as well as familiarize them with the Bank's business structure and culture to support their career development goals.