HH Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum honours Emirates NBD staff completing 25-year service milestone

Wednesday 27 January 2016

Dubai - MENA Herald: His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman, Emirates NBD, felicitated sixteen employees celebrating 25 years of continuous service at a ceremony held at the Emirates NBD headquarters.

The ceremony, attended by members of Board and members of the Executive Committee, was organised as part of Emirates NBD’s commitment to honour staff members for their loyalty and contribution over the past years to the bank’s success and growth.

Thanking the employees for their dedication and commitment, HH Sheikh Ahmed commented, “I would like to thank each one of you for your contribution towards the successful development of Emirates NBD Group, in particular for your commitment and contribution over the past 25 years.”

HH Sheikh Ahmed continued, “These employees have set an example of loyalty and dedication to their workplace, and have played a substantial role in achieving the Group’s numerous accomplishments, in line with the vision and wise leadership of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai. His Highness’s vision has contributed towards establishing Dubai and the United Arab Emirates among the most developed financial hubs, regionally and globally. As we continue to strengthen our operations as key contributors to the UAE’s economy, our people will remain our biggest strength, and our numerous accomplishments today are testament to the immense experience and talent that we continue to attract and retain.”

Emirates NBD is a leading banking Group in the region. It has a leading retail banking franchise in the UAE, with more than 220 branches and over 940 ATMs and CDMs in the UAE and overseas.

The Group is a major player in the UAE corporate and retail banking arena and has strong Islamic banking, Global Markets & Treasury, Investment Banking, Private Banking, Asset Management and Brokerage operations.

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