Bank Muscat, the flagship monetary solutions provider in the sultanate, was honoured in recognition of its revolutionary corporate social duty initiatives and contributions to sustainable improvement at the CSR awards ceremony hosted by the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry below the auspices of Dr Yahya bin Mahfoudh al Mantheri, chairman of Majlis Addawla. Fatma al Maskiry, AGM, SME and Trade Business, received the appreciation memento from the guest of honour on the occasion.
Maskiry stated, “Bank Muscat is proud to obtain the OCCI honour in recognition of its special CSR initiatives. As a forward searching monetary institution, Bank Muscat is at the forefront in contributing to the society and thereby setting a fine instance for the corporate sector to create social duty as a corporate culture.
“As the pioneer of CSR activities in the banking sector in Oman, the bank has implemented several initiatives benefiting various segments of society and remains committed to sustainable development.”
The CSR and sustainability method pursued by Bank Muscat is focused on delivering extended-term rewards to the neighborhood and the nation.
The Imprints initiative is the initial-of-its-type in Oman in terms of its scope and attain, looking for to unite distinct segments of folks in producing a huge distinction in reciprocating to what the nation has offered them.
The Imprints initiative has 4 crucial programmes to inculcate monetary literacy, sustain green atmosphere, encourage enriched life-style and market sustainable tourism.
The Green Sports initiative has confirmed to be a completely effective model for engaging the neighborhood neighborhood in establishing a modern day sporting infrastructure. The assistance to create modern day sports infrastructure complements the government efforts.
Jesr al Mustaqbal educational assistance provided by the bank covers students from low earnings or social welfare households. The programme in partnership with the Ministry of Higher Education offers educational and vocational coaching assistance.
Information Source: Muscat Daily