The occasion, which was presided more than by the CEO of the bank, Rashad al Musafir, reflected on the several achievements and efficiency of the bank more than the course of the previous 12 months, whilst also touching upon the bank’s strategic plans for the year ahead.
Also in attendance at the occasion had been Dr Khalifah bin Ahmed al Ghammari, common manager of the Al Yusr Islamic Banking Window, with each other with other members of the executive management as nicely as employees from across the bank’s branch network.
The occasion, which started at eight.30am on Saturday, incorporated a speech by the CEO and a presentation by the GM, collectively supplying the employees with an overview of the bank’s achievements more than the previous year and what they can anticipate in the months ahead.
Musafir stated, “As you all know, OAB has gone through a strategic transition these last couple of years, where it was successful in transforming itself from a traditional bank, whose primary concern was the business sector, into one of the leading local banks for retail customers as well. This development would not have been possible without Al Yusr, our Islamic Banking Window, which has successfully overcome the difficulties of introducing a relatively new sector into Oman. That being said, this is a very promising sector – one that will offer Al Yusr great opportunities for growth in the years ahead.”
The occasion also incorporated an interactive session with the CEO and GM exactly where the employees had been presented with an chance to ask the CEO and GM any queries they may have with regards to the bank as a complete. In addition, Al Yusr also held a particular commemorative prize draw for its employees that attended the occasion. Dr Ghammari stated, “Remaining transparent with our staff on all aspects of the bank’s operations is key aspect of our operational strategy and is vital to our continued growth and success. The success or failure of any large business is heavily dependent on the quality and skill of its management and workforce. “By ensuring transparency and increasing our staff’s awareness of every aspect of our operations, we can foster a more positive work environment that compels employees to form deeper connections with their jobs and are also more heavily invested in the future of the business.”
Al Yusr is the Islamic window of OAB. Established in 2013 and began its operations on July 14 of the exact same year, the Islamic banking window gives its solutions through seven branches two in the Muscat Governorate (Azaiba and Wattayya), and other people in Salalah, Nizwa, Falaj al Qabail, Ibra and Buraimi. Al Yusr consumers also have access to 148 OAB ATM’s positioned across Oman. Al Yusr Islamic Banking Window gives a wide variety of Sharia’a-compliant goods.
Information Source: Muscat Daily