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Gulf Bank’s Al-Ali becomes first Kuwaiti AGM to lecture at IBS

Lecture aligns with bank’s policy of investing in staff expertise

Bader Ali, Assistant General Manager – Operations presenting his lecture at Kuwait Institute of Banking Studies

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: Gulf Bank is proud to announce its participation in a training workshop organized by the Kuwait Institute of Banking Studies, inviting Gulf Bank’s Bader Al-Ali, Assistant General Manager – Operations, as the key lecturer of their new certification program.

Al-Ali becomes the first Kuwaiti AGM to have been chosen by the IBS to be a key lecturer at the institute as part of the Branch Operation Certification (CBBOM).

A newly created certification, the Branch Operation Certification (CBBOM), consists of two modules, taught by Al-Ali and an international expert in the field. An expert in his field, Al-Ali’s role at the bank, alongside his many years of his experience, are indicative of his knowledge within the realm of bank operations.

Al Ali has been selected based on his expertise in the field, as well as his local market knowledge. The lecture aligns with Gulf Bank’s policy of investing in staff expertise, reaffirming the bank’s commitment to training and empowering Kuwaiti talent, and continuous aspiration to develop staff across all fields.

Al-Ali’s vast knowledge and experience within the local market, will allow him to tailor his teachings to students, providing them with hands-on experience and insights into the field of study. By investing in current and future knowledge, the Bank is able to elevate the banking sector across the board.

Al-Ali’s involvement with the Institute of Banking Studies, is an integral part of Gulf Bank’s commitment to give back to the local banking community and falls within the Bank’s year-long Corporate Social Responsibility drive. For more information about the Bank you can call the Contact Centre 1 805 805 or visit the Bank’s newly revamped website www.egulfbank. com or the Bank’s social media account

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