Jamal Al-Jamal: We have succeeded in our strategy to support Qatari Staff
QIIB has announced that Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Abdullah Bin Faisal Al Thani has been appointed as Chief Corporate BankingSector and Sheikh Mohammed bin Ali Al Thani as Chief Treasury & Investments in line with QIIB strategy, which focuses on increasing the number of Qatari staff, especially at the senior management level and enhancing their competencies.
QIIB Deputy CEO Mr. Jamal Al-Jamal commented, "We are witnessing the results of the ambitious strategy adopted by the Board of Directors, which aims at attracting Qataris to our professional cadre and ensuring they have the necessary expertise to reach the leadership positions. We are proud of the fact that we have succeeded a great deal in that respect as we continue to achieve our goals in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030".
He added "We are very happy with the enthusiasm and motivation shown by our Qatari employees and are optimistic of their increased contribution to the Bank’s future success.”
Mr Al-Jamal wished Sheikh Abdulaziz and Sheikh Mohammed success in their new positions and responsibilities.
Sheikh Abdulaziz and Sheikh Mohammed expressed their thanks and appreciation to the Board of Directors and QIIB’s Executive Management for their confidence and support, and said these motivate them to work harder in order to achieve the goal of increasing the bank’s growth and strengthening its financial position and overall position in the market.
Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Abdullah Bin Faisal Al Thani holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina in the United States.
He began his career in retail banking in 2010 and was promoted and posted to corporate sector at QIIB.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Ali Al Thani holds a bachelor's honors degree in Accounting and Finance from the United Kingdom and a master's degree in Business Administration in 2012 from the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom.
He joined QIIB in 2009 in the Treasury and Investment Department.