Alba applauds the first batch of its MBA graduates
Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C. (Alba), one of the world’s leading aluminium producers, congratulated three of its key officials – Chief Financial Officer, Ali Al Baqali, Director of Power & Utilities, Amin Sultan, and Manager Customer Services & Operations, Khalid A. Latif – on their MBA graduation from the French Arabian Business School (FABS), Bahrain in partnership with the ESSEC Business School, one of Europe’s leading business schools.
The graduation ceremony was held in Paris, which was attended by Chief Executive Officer, Tim Murray.
Commenting on the occasion, Alba’s Chief Executive Officer, Tim Murray said: “Alba recognises that education plays a key role in the growth of our people and is a journey that never stops. An MBA education provides our key management the full range of business skills they need to compete in a global business environment. We congratulate our MBA candidates on their graduation and for demonstrating their commitment towards work and learning at the same time.”
Alba is developing future leaders by sponsoring its high potential employees for MBA degrees. The FABS MBA Programme is an 18-month course in which, candidates gain global business knowledge and partner with ESSEC, which is one of the leading business schools in the world. The programme empowers managers and potential future leaders with comprehensive skills to further enhance leadership of the organisation as well as leverage their careers.