Al khaliji reaches Qatarisation milestone

Al Khalij Commercial Bank (al khaliji) Q.S.C has achieved a 100% of its Qatarisation goals and objectives across its growing network of branches within the country, with Qataris branch managers throughout.

Group photograph of Al Khalij Commercial Bank personnel.
Group photograph of Al Khalij Commercial Bank personnel.

Attracting local talent and future leaders has seen Al Khalij Commercial Bank (al khaliji) Q.S.C  achieve 100% of its Qatarisation goals and objectives

al khaliji recently marked a record milestone for its continuous efforts to attract local talent and future leaders, in line with the bank’s commitment to align itself with Qatar National Vision 2030. The bank has achieved a 100% of its Qatarisation goals and objectives across its growing network of branches within the country.

Branch managers of all of al khaliji network branches are under the leadership and guidance of Qataris, affirming al khaliji’s commitment to enabling local talent to take a more active role in shaping the future of the bank.

This has enabled the management team to better accommodate the needs of Premium and Private Banking clients.

Commenting on this achievement, Fahad Al Khalifa, al khaliji’s Group Chief Executive Officer said: “We are proud to announce that al khaliji has achieved its main objective in reaching 100% Qatarization of management positions across all of our branches, and this is in line with al khaliji’s Board of Directors recommendation.

"The bank strives to hire and retain qualified Qatari nationals who can represent the bank and its commitment to recognising local talent. Currently, all of our branches are under the guidance and leadership of Qatari nationals”.

As part of its strategic Qatarisation plan to encouarge graduates to enter the banking sector, al khaliji welcomes Qatari graduates into its ranks and offers comprehensive training and mentoring programs, professional development opportunities, along with strong incentives to build a career in the banking and financial industry.

"In addition, local talent hired in Qatar can further develop their skills in the financial industry and expand their career horizons by engaging with the bank's network of branches in the UAE and France.

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