Abu Dhabi (Al Ittihad)
His Excellency Khaled Mohammed Balama, Governor of the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Emirates Financial Institution, attended the signing ceremony of 8 MoUs between the Emirates Financial Institution, the government and representatives of the entity. Private sectors, companies, universities and international academies, which aim to deepen cooperation, exchange knowledge and experiences, develop young staff and national skills and accelerate the implementation of emiratization programs in the financial sector.
The ceremony included MoUs with the Emirates Financial Institution, each Executive Office for Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing, the Abu Dhabi Global Market Academy, the Emirates Human Resources Development Council, Al Etihad Credit Bureau, Government from Fujairah. Excellence Program, Oracle, Paris II University Panthéon Assas and Taiwan Academy. Bank officer.
His Excellency Khaled Mohammed Belama confirmed: “The signing of the Memoranda of Understanding between the Emirates Financial Institution and local and international entities is part of the institution’s commitment to the Emiratization agenda, to support the development of the financial sector in the country. implement plans and strategies aimed at training young national staff and qualifying them with the modern skills and global experience needed to lead the financial sector”.
Noura Al Balushi, Acting CEO of Emirates Financial Institution, said: “The partnership enables us to fulfill our mission of empowering Emiratis with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in this dynamic and growing sector.”
Hamed Al Zaabi, Director General of the Executive Office for Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing, said: “The UAE uses an evidence-based practice approach to develop policies and assess risks based on the most visible and up-to-date data. ”. research to ensure effectiveness.
Hamad Saya Al Mazruei, chairman of the board of directors of the Abu Dhabi Global Market Academy, added: “Our collaboration with the Financial Institution of the Emirates will help to increase the competitiveness of the financial sector in the UAE and will help to support the vision of the Country. We will build a diversified knowledge-based economy.”
Abdulaziz Al-Falahi, General Supervisor for Employment at the UAE Human Resources Development Council, said, “This agreement aims to develop and implement specialized programs in the financial sector and achieve optimal use of national skills.”
Source: Al Ittihad
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