In cooperation with the Egyptian Banking Institute QNB celebrates the graduation of a new batch of SME employees

Posted on : Sun, 10 Mar 2024

QNB , a subsidiary of QNB Group, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, held a graduation ceremony to honor 76 employees who have obtained the Frankfurt School for Finance and Management Certified SME Finance Professional Level I certification in cooperation with the Egyptian Banking Institute. 
This celebration comes in the light of QNB's interest in refining the skills of its employees and raising their efficiency, in line with global developments and best training practices. The Celebration was honored by the presence of Mr. Mohamed Bedeir, CEO of QNB and Dr. Abdel Aziz Nossier, Executive Director of the Egyptian Banking Institute, and several representatives of senior management from both institutions.
It is noteworthy that the SME sector has achieved exceptional success in achieving 25% of the total credit portfolio with the directives of the Central Bank of Egypt.
Mr. Mohamed Bedeir, CEO of QNB , expressed his happiness of the graduation of the new batch of employees of the SME sector, as this program is one of the strongest training programs that qualifies the sector's employees to deal with the latest developments in the markets, pointing to the interest and keenness of the bank to grant this type of programs to keep employees informed of everything new, expressing his appreciation for the efforts made by the Egyptian Banking Institute in enhancing and developing the skills of bank employees. And to make a qualitative leap at all levels, As well as providing them with the necessary skills to deal with the rapid changes taking place in the markets locally and globally. 
For his part, Dr. Abdel Aziz Nossier, Executive Director of the Egyptian Banking Institute, expressed his happiness to participate in this celebration, and explained that the Institute launched in 2020 the Certified Specialist in Small and Medium Enterprises Finance in cooperation with Frankfurt School for Finance and Management. Nearly 2,000 trainees have graduated so far, adding that this certificate has been designed to provide vocational training for those in charge of meeting the financial needs of owners of small and medium enterprises in banks, and an electronic copy of this certificate has been offered to bank employees in the governorates to participate in it.