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BoK values good human resources for better services: MD.

PESHAWAR -- Managing Director (MD)/ CEO, Bank of Khyber (BoK), Shams-ul-Qayyum has said that the bank values good human resource in order to provide better services to the customers in time.

He was addressing the inaugural session of newly inducted group of 65 General Banking Officers (GBOs), Retail Banking Officers(RBOs) and Cash Officers (COs) here Tuesday.

The ceremony was also attended by Group Heads O and S Shabeer Ahmad Sheikh, SAM and CAD Mohammad Yaseen Chaudhry, Human Resources Sher Mohammad Mohmand and Islamic Banking Mohammad Atif Hanif apart from Divisional and Departmental Heads.

Shams-ul-Qayyum while welcoming the newly hired batch of GBOs, RBOs and COs stated that now BOK is covering more than 80 cities in the country and the Bank has expanded services and network from Jamrud to Karachi and from Rahim Yar Khan to D.I.Khan with 66 dedicated Raast Islamic Banking branches and 64Conventional Banking branches.

He said that hard work is the only key to success. Shams-ul-Qayyum said that set goals for yourself and then work hard to achieve those goals.

He also said that integrity and character play an important role in banking profession and in building one's career. He also advised the newly inducted officers that in banking profession responsibility towards your job, your department, your organization and your action and words is very important.

While wishing them all the best, MD BOK said that you are our future and BOK will further flourish with your presence. Prior to this Group Head Human Resources, Mr. Sher Mohammad Mohmand, while welcoming the newly hired groups said that the Bank in order to provide quality

banking services to the clients valued quality human resource with specialized training and clear mind.

BoK will be shortly having a fully equipped Training Centre of its own in Hayatabad which will further enhance our training facilities.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Jul 20, 2016
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