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Chairman of Banque Misr honors the winners of the Egyptian Banking Institute ninth Research Competition
Mr. Mohamed El Etreby, Chairman of Banque Misr, honored some of the bank employees for winning the first places in the 9th research competition for young bankers working in the Egyptian banking sector, a competition held by the Egyptian Banking Institute. Present at this event were Mr. Akef El Maghraby, Vice Chairman, Mr. Hossam Abdel Wahab, Vice Chairman, Mr. Hany El Samra, Head of Human Resources Department, and Mr. Mohamed Abbas, Head of Central Department for Learning and Development.
For the research paper "Business Models for Egyptian Banks to Survive the Digital Era", both Hesham Hamza Kamal Gad and Atef Hassan Ghareeb Hassan Amr won the first place, while Ibrahim Abdel-Kareem Mohamed Ahmed won the second, and Asmaa Ahmed Abdel-Galeel Baioumy came in third. And for the research paper "Opportunities for Egyptian Banks to Supply Chain Finance in the Agro-Industry", Omniya Atef Abdel-Fattah Mahmoud won the first place, Mohamed Abdel-Raouf Ahmed Saleh won the second, and Mustafa Ahmed Abdullah Mubarak won the third. Finally, for the research paper "Innovative Models for Startups Finance for Egyptian Banks", both Mustafa Abdel-Fattah Ibrahim and Hend Hassan Mahmoud won the first place, while Mai Mohamed Aly Abbas won the second.
Mr. Mohamed El Etreby, Chairman, gave the winners encouraging gifts in appreciation of their efforts to reach those places, and motivating them to exert more effort.
Developing human resources is a priority for Banque Misr. Training and development policies and programs have been developed under the belief that the bank employees are its most valuable assets, and that a great deal of the strength of the Egyptian banking sector is rooted in its enlightened leadership. That said, it's important to note that the banking sector is full of expertise that qualifies it to enjoy the prestigious status it does today. In addition, the strategy for this year included 462 training hours that more that 26 thousand employees benefited from.