Omani Women Day

OMAN ARAB BANK CELEBRATES WITH ITS FEMALE WORKFORCE

Muscat, October 17th 2016 – Oman Arab Bank held its annual Omani Women’s Day celebration at its Ghubra Head Office this week in recognition and appreciation of the extraordinary contribution made by its outstanding female employees to all aspects of its activities and operations. Attended by female employees and other staff members management, the celebratory event welcomed OAB CEO Amin Al Husseini and Deputy CEO Rashad Al Musafir as guests of honor.

Expressing his pride in the women of the OAB Team and thanking them for their exceptional efficiency and achievement, CEO Amin Al Husseini said: “At OAB we believe that our motivated and enthusiastic female talent are at the heart of our continued success and growth, helping us build a heritage of trust over three decades.”

“Following the wise guidance of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos, OAB plays a proactive role in creating an environment in which our female employees can flourish and achieve their professional goals and ambitions. We foster their talents across all functions, departments, and branches and ensure that they have access to training programs to enhance their skillsets and develop future leaders,” he added.

OAB Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Rashad AlMusafir commented: “It is a great pleasure once again to gather with colleagues and celebrate Omani Women’s Day. In doing so, we acknowledge and honor the important contribution women are making to the legacy of OAB, to the banking sector in general, and to the development and diversification of Oman’s economy, helping create a prosperous future for generations to come.”

An equal opportunities employer with the strategy of becoming Oman’s ‘employer of choice’, the percentage of the females working in Oman Arab Bank is close to 40% of its entire taskforce. The Bank is committed to creating a positive professional environment based on a culture of teamwork, supporting and rewarding employees as they achieve excellence in their positions and progress in their careers in the 65 OAB branches across the Sultanate.