Doha Bank sponsors College of the North Atlantic Qatar’s Al Ruwad Regional Business Case Competition

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Published March 15th, 2017 - 11:31 GMT
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Driven by its commitment to continuously playing a more active role in supporting educational and social responsibility initiatives in Qatar and beyond, Doha Bank, one of the largest commercial banks in the State of Qatar, has announced its sponsorship of the annual “Al Ruwad Regional Business Case Competition”, hosted by the College of the North Atlantic – Qatar from March 24 – 26, 2017.

As part of the sponsorship, three judges from Doha Bank will take part in evaluating the entries. Winners will be announced during an awards ceremony at the end of competition, where they will be presented with trophies and prizes in recognition of their hard work and excellence. 

The competition will bring together participants from several prestigious institutions including: Carnegie Mellon University (Qatar), Stenden University (Qatar), Georgetown University (Qatar), Abu Dhabi Men’s College (UAE), Higher College of Technology (Oman), Arab Open University (Oman), Hamad Bin Khalifa University (Qatar), and College of the North Atlantic (Qatar).

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Doha Bank

Inaugurated in 1979, Doha Bank provides domestic and international banking services for individuals, commercial, corporate and institutional clients through four business groups – Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking, International Banking and Treasury & Investments.

Doha Bank has established overseas branches in Kuwait, Dubai (UAE), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Mumbai, Chennai and Kochi (India) as well as representative offices in Japan, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Africa, South Korea, Australia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal.

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