QNB has announced its platinum sponsorship of the Sixth National Conference on Internal Auditing 2019, which will be be held at Hilton Doha on April 28 and 29.
The bank’s sponsorship of this event comes within the framework of its commitment to supporting various events aimed at enhancing internal auditing and governance, thus establishing transparency and disclosure principles to build a knowledge-based society in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030.
It also reflects its ongoing efforts to consolidate principles of the CSR policy as an important pillar of QNB’s overall strategy.
The agenda of this year’s conference, hosted by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA Qatar) under the theme of “Taking the lead,” includes a number of seminars and workshops to highlight the most important issues and challenges facing the internal audit sector.
The event, which brings together experts and executives from the largest financial institutions around the world, endeavours to identify how audit, through its disciplined approach and objectivity, will assist companies and the State of Qatar in reaching the first pillar of Human development under the Qatar National Vision 2030. The QNB Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies extends to more than 31 countries across three continents providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. The total number of employees is more than 30,000 operating through 1,100 locations, with an ATM network of more than 4,400 machines.
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