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QGIRC honours Acting CFO for earning doctorate in Islamic Finance

Doha: Qatar General Insurance and Reinsurance Company (QGIRC), one of the leading insurance service providers in the country, held a ceremony honouring the Acting CFO, Deepa Chandrashekar, after receiving a doctorate degree in Islamic Finance, as part of the company’s plan to boost employee motivation and morale, as well as the company’s keenness to raise the level of its employees in the knowledge ladder.

Sheikh Nasser bin Ali bin Saud Al Thani, Chairman and Managing Director of QGIRC, said that the day was dedicated to celebrating and appreciating the achievement of colleague Deepa Chandrashekar, and the role of all the distinguished people in the company.

Sheikh Nasser said: “They are the driving force to reach the maximum possible success. We are pleased to honour one of the dedicated employees of the General Insurance family for their efforts to enhance performance standards and commitment to the spirit of the company. Our employees must be proud of themselves when they know that each of them is an important member of our company.

Jamal Abu Nahl, CEO of the insurance group, said: “As one of the leading companies in the insurance industry, we continue to achieve success and build the strength because of our employees that propels us forward, commending the success of Deepa and the achievement of the degree of doctorate. Also he said that the company is keen to provide a unique environment with challenges that encourage employees to perform their tasks with passion and professionalism, which is reflected in the achievements year after year.

Jassim bin Mohammed Yousif Al Kuwari, Group Manager HR and Administration, said that the honour of Deepa and her achievement extends to all employees and motivates them to exert more efforts and spread the culture of excellence and creativity.

It also opens communication channels between the employees and their direct supervisors as part of the administrative process and strengthens the relationship between them and push them to provide the best in their daily work, which contributes to the upgrading of the performance of the company.

Al Kuwari stressed that the company opens the door to its employees to develop their skills by enrolling in training courses on an ongoing basis. He pointed out that the company gives the opportunity to employees who wishes to attend additional training and educational courses through flexible working hours and appreciation of their achievements.

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Posted Date : 27 December 2018

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