HSBC Qatar has selected 11 young Qatari graduates who will join its business teams to start their new careers in international banking.
The HSBC Graduates Programme in Qatar offers excellent opportunities for young ambitious students who are eager to start a career in a dynamic international institution.
“This year we have been very impressed by the highly talented applicants who wanted to join the bank. It is a priority for the bank to invest in the development of a strong talent pool and the bank’s human capital,” Shamsa al-Fahd, Country Head of Human Resources at HSBC in Qatar said.
The graduate programme is designed to develop new joiners by giving them experience in multiple levels of domestic and international banking and finance over a period of two years.
The candidates will go through four rotations, each lasting for six months and are designed to give graduates a broad experience of HSBC business streams as well as international exposure.
Shaikha al-Thani, Khalid Marafi, Meera al-Suwaidi, Noora al-Sidiky, Khalid al-Mannai, Aisha al-Majed, Lolwa al-Marwani, Ahmad al-Khuzaei, Faryal A Dad, Samar M Abusar and Hosni Abunada will take their initial assignments in several different business lines within the bank.
“They have been successful after a rigorous selection process that defined them as top candidates and exceptional talent. They can look forward to a very exciting career with HSBC,” said Hussain Ali al-Sharshani, Head of Nationalisation and Local Talent at HSBC Qatar.