On Monday corresponding to 17 September 2018, Mr. Mohamed El-Etreby – Chairman of Banque Misr conferred honor on Eight of Banque Misr's employees, in the occasion of winning the first places in the 8th research competition organized by the Egyptian Banking Institute for the youth bankers working in the Egyptian Banking Sector. The honoring ceremony was attended by Mr. Akef Maghraby – Banque Misr Vice Chairman and Mr. Hany El-Samra – Head of Human Resources department at Banque Misr in addition to a group of the Bank leaders.
And in respect of the research paper titled "Banks' role in supporting the Green Financing", the researcher Asmaa Ahmed Abdul Jalil Bayoumi has achieved the second place, while the researchers Ahmed Abdul Rahman Abdul Hakim and Raga'a Omran Abdul Rady came in the third place. However, with regard to the research paper titled "Fintech Risks and Opportunities in the Financial Sector", the researcher Islam Mounir Farid has successfully obtained the second place and the researches Mai Muhammad Ali Abbas and Muhammad Abdul Raouf Ahmed Saleh came in the third place. As for the research paper bearing the title "The role of the Banking Sector in promoting the Economic Empowerment of Women", the researcher Haitham Rashwan Muhammad has acquired the second place; and the researcher Hussein Raouf Muhammad El-Naggar came in the third place.
Furthermore, Mr. Mohamed El-Etreby has granted the winners encouraging awards for the efforts they exerted to acquire these top places; and as an appreciation for their endeavors and a motivation for them to exert further efforts and more giving.
This in addition to the great consideration given by Banque Misr to the development and improvement of the bank's Human Resources, believing that human resources are the bank's most important asset; and thus, Banque Misr has developed all the policies and procedures relevant to development and education. So that, during the fiscal year 2017/2108 the total of the training hours has reached up to 523920 hour; whereas training policies and procedures have been improved through applying new initiatives in training field, including the management of expertise and the improvement of staff, side by side with updating the management system with the objectives on which the updated pillars of the bank are based, and associating such objectives with the establishment of internal training academies for each of the bank departments to enrich the skills and experience of bank's employees.