A top official of one of Qatar’s largest private commercial banks has recently received the ‘Best CEO of the Century for Peace and Humanity’ award by World Humanitarian Drive (WHD) London at the Trilateral Global Summit, which was hosted by WHD in London.
Doha Bank CEO Dr R Seetharaman was recognised for his continuous commitment to sustainable development over the past three decades, encompassing green mission, philanthropy, human development, continuing education, knowledge sharing, promoting peace, and supporting the under privileged.
Upon receiving the award, Seetharaman said convergence and innovation are the key elements for a successful organisation. He noted that people, process, and technology should converge effectively for the benefit of the organisation.
The event comprised various proceeding that connected global leaders, diplomats, corporate heads, investors, and policy makers on a single platform. The sessions were hosted at Worshipful Mayor of Croydon’s Parlour and UPF Hall.
Seetharaman attended the pledge ceremony to Queen Elizabeth II, and was also the keynote speaker, where he addressed global economy and trade.
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