January 25, 2021
Bait Al-Mashura conducts a webinar entitled “Fintech: A necessity or a luxury?”
Bait Al-Mashura conducted a free webinar entitled “Fintech: A necessity or a luxury” to the public on Sunday, January 24, 2021. The Webinar was conducted by Prof. Dr. Hussein Abdo, Dean of the College for Research and Innovation at the University of Central Lancashire in Britain, Executive Director of UCLan BME Research Center and Professor of Banking and Financial Sciences at the College of Business and Justice, and the workshop was moderated by Prof. Dr. Ahmed Farouk, Professor of Islamic Finance and Economics, College of Islamic Studies, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar foundation. The webinar was presented for the first time with great success, as the participants praised the great interaction during workshop through live polls, the interesting material and the rich composition of the course outlines, and the great scientific and practical experience of the distinguished lecturers who were carefully selected in line with the approach of Bayt Al-Mashura in its permanent provision of a unique, innovative, and interactive training and learning experience, which contributes to spreading a climate of continuous learning and continuous development to keep pace with the latest global technologies. This webinar is a launch of a series of intensive and interactive training workshops to be conducted by Bayt Al-Mashura in coordination with the largest international universities globally to familiarize the Qatari market with the latest global financial technologies, to keep pace with the continuous development and to continuously update the financial institutions operations, which is an important part in the process of developing the performance of the financial market in the country. It’s Worth mentioning that Bait Al-Mashura offers a wide range of modern training courses, and hires the best trainers in Qatar and the world, whom hold PhDs, masters and international certificates accredited in many specialized fields, including but not limited to Islamic finance, human resources, office management, auditing, executive secretaries and the basic skills for time management, negotiation, persuasion and risk analysis, with the aim of refining the skills of cadres working in the public and private sectors for achieving the highest investment in the human element from good qualifications, training and development which assures professional competence of our beloved country Qatar and the entire Islamic nation.