Bank Alfalah Teams up with Australian Institute of Management (AIM) for Professional Development Training
In line with its commitment to excellence, Bank Alfalah has entered into a partnership with Australian Institute of Management (AIM). The MoU was signed by Mr. Atif Bajwa, CEO, Bank Alfalah and Mr. Peter Mobbs, CEO, AIM at the Bank Alfalah Learning Center, Karachi.
Under the historic agreement, AIM will facilitate and expedite learning and professional development of Bank Alfalah employees through specialized Diploma programme in Leadership and Management. The institute will also help Bank Alfalah in developing and executing training programmes, as well as enhancing visibility of Bank Alfalah at leading platforms at regional and global level.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Atif Bajwa, CEO & President at Bank Alfalah, remarked, “At Bank Alfalah, we are committed towards human capital excellence. AIM is the top institution in Asia-Pacific and their collaboration with Bank Alfalah will be mutually beneficial. We would like to benefit from the strong e-learning culture and Learning Management System of AIM and further expand in terms of strategic benefits of mutually held seminars, talks and burning issues in the World of Finance, which is part of our Vision.”
Mr. Peter Mobbs, CEO at AIM, stated, “Our mission for Bank Alfalah is to align with its Learning Competency Framework to support leadership development process, streamline the learning opportunities and provide a range of customized and contextualized programs across Bank Alfalah. AIM will support Bank Alfalah’s employees to gain globally recognized professional qualifications.”
Mr. Mobbs presented a detailed overview of his Institute, its philosophy, industry experience and key trends in the Australian and Asia-Pacific region. He also lauded Bank Alfalah management for its strong focus on human capital development.With 75 Years of Leadership & Management history in Asia-Pacific, Australian Institute of Management (AIM) is uniquely positioned to support learners’ needs to facilitate their growth through training, networking, mentoring and providing access to world class thought leadership. Every year at AIM, 25,000 professionals take part in over 80 training programs and study towards 24 management qualifications.
Participants of the ceremony enthused over Bank Alfalah’s partnership with AIM. They expressed hope that the move will not only stimulate healthy trend of professional development and endeavor for excellence, but also inspire entire banking industry to follow Bank Alfalah’s footsteps for professional accomplishment.