Al Khaliji, Qatar’s next generation bank, held an engaging lecture for the students of Qatar Banking Studies and Business Administration school on the growing importance of treasury.
The lecture was hosted as part of the bank’s ongoing efforts to engage Qatari students in dynamic discussions that enhance their understanding of economic and financial issues, with a view to develop the next generation of Qatari leaders in banking.
The interaction was steered by Tahir Hayat Pirzada, Head of Investments and Capital Markets Treasury, Al Khaliji where he discussed on the nuances of the treasury department and the crucial role it holds in the financial sector.
“The treasury department is the interface between the bank and the capital markets (both local and global) and its main function is to ensure the appropriate management of the bank’s liquidity and the seamless service of the clients’ financial needs,” he said.
As one of the leading private commercial banks in Qatar, Al Khaliji has a long history of supporting the education and training of high school, college and university students through scholarship and internship programmes, and frequently collaborates with leading educational institutions in the country.
“In the future too, we will keep evolving our partnerships with the best in class financial institutes to strengthen the students’ knowledge base, thereby supporting the Qatar National Vision 2030 of transforming Qatar into a knowledge-based economy,” Pirzada said.
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