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Since 1991, the Training Department at the Association of Banks in Lebanon (ABL) has received a great deal of support from all ABL member banks. Over the years, the department, with the close cooperation of management in the banking sector, has worked to understand the needs of its labor force, and it has acted to satisfy those needs with the most advanced training techniques and methods, as is shown in the 2013 activities report. The training Program of 2015 targets all ranks in banks’ departments . It consists of 35 different activities. These activities could be of different types such as conferences, seminars, workshops or short courses. They can last from one to several days. The program has been published and diffused in the beginning of this year, and the time schedule will be announced to Banks’ General Managers and Heads of Human Resources Departments once agreed upon with trainers. The activities of the previous month are described in the ABL Monthly Bulletin, where you can find details concerning the main topics discussed during the activities, the trainers, the number of participants, the location and sometimes the recommendations submitted to banks’ management or supervisory authorities. Moreover, the training department can be of great help to banks requiring in house training for their employees. It can study their needs, provide them with a list of professional trainers, and tailor-made contents according to their requirements. In addition to its contribution to the completion of several banking manuals and guides, the training Department has summarized and edited some of its training activities in the ABL Resources. Registrations for our training activities are made by banks’ management that can apply from now on via e-mail by filling the registration form, as well as through the classical ways of communication (i. e. telephone, fax, post). Finally, we guarantee all interested parties that we’ll take into consideration all their suggestions and comments, in order to fulfill our mission in the best manner.
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August 11, 2015
A delegation from the new board of the Association of Banks in Lebanon, headed by Dr. Joseph Torbey visited Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri at his headquarters in Ain el Teyneh where they reviewed the situation in general with special emphasis on the financial and economic conditions which is of significant importance for the Lebanese....
August 07, 2015
ABL Board of Directors held a meeting with Lebanon Ambassador to the United States of America, Mr. Antoine Chedid, on the occasion of his visit to Lebanon, and the consultation meetings with officials in various subjects....
August 06, 2015
The Association of Banks in Lebanon urged Finance Minister Ali Hassan Khalil to maintain the treasury’s commitment on the settlement of maturing Eurobonds on time...
October 02, 2015
Banque Libano-Française (BLF) provided $180 million in funding for green projects that are helping Lebanese companies and home owners cut costs, spur growth, and protect the environment, thanks to its partnership with IFC, a member of the World Bank Group....
September 28, 2015
Carmen Yahchouchi was announced winner of the 2015 Byblos Bank Award for Photography during a ceremony that took place at the BEIRUT ART FAIR in Biel...
September 18, 2015
Byblos Bank launched The Makers Account, a unique banking experience designed for youth between 18 and 24 years old. This new account is free of any fees and...
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