EIBFS signs Collaboration Agreement with Dubai Business Women Council
- March 1, 2020
- Posted by: EIBFS
- Category: News
The Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies (EIBFS), a regional leader in banking and finance education and training, has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Dubai Business Women Council [DBWC].
The signing ceremony, held at the EIBFS campus in Dubai, was attended by Jamal Al Jassmi, General Manager of EIBFS, and Dr. Raja Easa Al Gurg, President of DBWC.
As part of this strategic agreement, both parties have agreed to cooperate and ensure the implementation of training in the field of business administration and other related fields, especially those in administrative sciences.
The agreement will cover research and scientific studies – to be achieved through various activities and programs that meet and improve the economic needs of women as well as implementation of training and vocational programs related to developing skills of businesswomen and enabling them to conduct their business efficiently in the national economy.
The partnership is also aimed at providing appropriate opportunities for EIBFS to interact with the members of DBWC and facilitating training programs, presentations and specialized studies, as well as being involved in the monthly meetings organized by the Council.
In her comments, Dr Al Gurg indicated that the agreement is a major step towards empowering women and maximizing their benefits from the various training programs for both parties and stressed that upgrading the skills of women and entrepreneurs, and developing their expertise is one of the key priorities of the council.
Dr Al Gurg said: “We are pleased to cooperate with the Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies – which is one of the distinguished educational institutions at the regional level. Synergy of efforts is what we need to support women in the business environment and facilitate their role in the nation-building process and economic development. We certainly look forward to achieving a strong partnership that devises specialized programs and training courses that benefit the working woman, serve her career paths, and is consistent with our goals and mission at DBWC, by supporting women in their fields of work, and ensuring that they have the requisite personal and professional experiences and skills. ”
In his comments, Jamal Al Jassmi said that “the cooperation agreement comes within the strategic plan of the Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies and its relentless pursuit to extend bridges of communication with national authorities and institutions for community service.”
He added that the EIBFS always welcomed cooperation with all state institutions and entities. As part of this, the EIBFS works under the guidance of the wise leadership to enhance its role in serving the community in all its segments and institutions.
Al Jassmi added that the EIBFS’ primary role is not only confined to developing the educational process in the banking sector, but also extends to supporting the community through a robust educational system.
He pointed out that the cooperation agreement is in line with the strategic goals of the institute and opening cooperation avenues to increase the benefits for the women and entrepreneurs as well as enhancing the student’s economic orientations and providing them with an opportunity to undertake trainings through the programs of the Dubai Business Women Council.