By the HR Observer Staff
The Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) and the Egyptian Banking Institute (EBI), an entity under the Central Bank of Egypt, said they have been in discussion to promote cooperation in the field of training and building human capital capabilities within the financial sector, the UAE state news agency, WAM reported.
The news agency reported that “the parties reviewed the prospects to enhance cooperation and exchange information and expertise by developing training programmes in the financial sector at the various specialised, professional and leadership levels.”
The discussions took place during a meeting between Ehab Alameri, Chief Human Resources Officer at the CBUAE, and Dr. Abdel Aziz Nosseir, Executive Director of the EBI and his accompanying delegation in the UAE.
The two entities has been discussing ways to support professional capabilities-building and expertise development to achieve the CBUAE’s plans in enhancing the skills of those who work within the financial sector.
CBUAE is also keen on providing the vital economic sectors with qualified professionals to keep pace with the market requirements and support the UAE’s future development plans, the news agency said.