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QFBA CEO Dr
This MoU is the beginning of what we expect will be a strong and fruitful partnership with malomatia, opening the doors for both organisations to share their expertise and work together on future plans, al-Horr said. We are eager to start promoting the common training and education goals of our two national entities. The next step in this partnership is to define the core areas of our shared e-learning capabilities to deliver added value to clients seeking to build their human resources capabilities and skills in specialised areas of the finance and business sector.
We cannot talk about a knowledge economy without considering the role of information technology. Doing business today and interacting with stakeholders cannot be possible without embracing technology and innovation, al-Naama said. We strongly believe that our infrastructure and e-learning platforms, supported by our international e-learning partnerships and a keen understanding of the content requirements of the local market, will add value to QFBA s already extensive credentials as the leading education and training provider in
QFBA provides year-round calendar courses, available in areas like banking, insurance, finance, Islamic finance, capital markets and asset management, compliance and anti-money laundering, business & management, in addition to training for soft skills and foundation skills.
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