Emirates NBD Group welcomes Rowad graduates

Dubai: «The Gulf»

The Emirates NBD Group welcomed the graduates of the first batch of the “Ruwad” program, who embarked on their ambitious careers at the bank, starting from Sunday, October 10, 2021, for a period of 24 months.

Following the high turnout witnessed by the Rowad program and its reception of hundreds of applications, the graduates of the first batch were selected after an intensive and competitive selection and evaluation process conducted by Emirates NBD in cooperation with external experts specialized in skills and talent management.

The graduates come from reputable local and international universities including Kings College London, New York University Abu Dhabi, American University of Sharjah, Zayed University, Arizona State University and University of Wisconsin-Madison.

In accordance with the objectives of the “Ruwad” program, which aims to build a team of distinguished national competencies to lead the various departments within the group, the participants hold university degrees in a variety of disciplines, including mathematics, computer networks, economics, finance, aerospace engineering, digital marketing and law.

Eman Abdul Razzaq, Chief Human Resources Officer, Emirates NBD Group, said: “I am delighted to welcome the graduates of the first batch of the Rowad program to the Emirates NBD Group. We have launched this program to confirm our commitment to the “Nafis” initiative launched by the UAE government, and within the framework of our participation within the UAE Human Resources Development Council, and out of our keenness to encourage national competencies to join the private sector.

She added: The “Ruwad” program represents an exceptional opportunity that allows ambitious national talents and cadres the opportunity to accelerate their leadership journey paths, and I look forward to celebrating the outstanding success that the ambitious graduates will achieve over the next 24 months in their journey of transforming them from graduates to banking leaders.


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