The DFM organized the closing ceremony of the training program with prizes and certificates of appreciation handed over to the participants in the presence of Jamal Al Khadhar, Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources and Strategic Planning Division, DFM.
Along with the broad training on capital markets sector, the trainees have attended 5-day specialized courses, as six of them have participated in the “Promising Broker” program, and a similar number attended the “Promising Technician” program. DFM has introduced the two specialized courses in 2012 in order to provide trainees with the necessary specialized knowledge required in this sector.
The participants have been posted within various divisions of DFM as well as brokerage firms. Additionally, students have been selected to take part in the specialized courses based on their educational background as well as personal interests. The courses enabled them to exhibit their capabilities and skills.
Participants demonstrated enthusiasm in meeting training challenges with many of them revealing promising talents. They have praised the quality of experiences and skills gained through this program in general and its role in deepening their capital markets knowledge and DFM operations in particular.
Jamal Al Khadhar, Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources and Strategic Planning Division, DFM said, “The organization of the summer training program for UAE students reaffirms DFM’s commitment to social responsibility, developing and nurturing Emirati talents. Our Commitment to hold this program annually stems from its constant success and ability to achieve the desired objectives as it enables students the opportunity to gain financial knowledge and expertise that qualify them to join the dynamic capital markets sector in the future. Students have successfully completed the program with enthusiasm meeting the training challenges and have expressed their appreciation for this beneficial program. We are delighted to see this program gaining further success yearly and effectively contributing in the preparation of promising generation of potential capital markets workforce.”