ABA Conducted Banks HR Working Group Meeting
Date: July 08, 2020
Having qualified and competent Human resource is driving force of successful organizations. To enhance member banks staff capacity and address the training and development issues specially within AIBF boundaries, today July 08, 2020, ABA with collaboration of AIBF conducted banks Human Resource(HR) working meeting at ABA. The meeting was attended by Mr. Abdul Aziz Mohmand Executive Director- AIBF, Chiefs of HR- member banks and ABA management. Human Resource Working group is pioneering permanent platform established by ABA along with other perpetual committees to address the human capital issues of ABA’s member banks.
- Introduction with AIBF New Executive Director
- Updates on the upcoming training programs
- AML/ CFT Compliance trainings to banks
- Diploma in Banking and Finance (DBF) revision
- Diploma in Anti-Corruption Compliance
- Membership based qualification
- Associate Bachelor program & Feedback and Q & A session
At the outset, Mr. Najibullah Amiri ABA Executive Director commenced the meeting by welcoming remarks. He stated that, ABA has been supporting AIBF since its establishment and as social responsibility, joint efforts (banks and ABA) should be made to support AIBF as national institute. Furthermore, Mr. Mohmand delivered a presentation on their new initiative (Membership Base Qualification) which is to proposed to AIBF BOD for approval. The mentioned qualification will be recognized as international credentials likes Junior Associate of Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (JAIIB), Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (CAIIB) and so on. AIBF new strategy will be focused on quality – driven products that should obtain maximum satisfaction of banks employees and other trainees. Following to that, Mr. Ziaulhaq Waziri AIBF academic Head delivered a presentation on AIBF upcoming capacity building programs. During the meeting, opportunity was given to the banks HR Chiefs to share their feedback on AIBF trainings/programs and their recommendations. In order to have effective trainings/programs, ABA and banks shared their inputs on improvement of current scenario of AIBF trainings. ABA’s Member banks appreciated AIBF efforts for improvement of the trainings and further proposed that AIBF should concentrate more on quality, updated material and hiring high experienced / talented trainers.