Nexus Insurance Brokers to tackle unemployment among Emirati females
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, March 14 - 2013 at 15:49
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Nexus Insurance Brokers, one of the largest and most respected independent financial firms of its kind in the GCC region, has stepped up its bid to attract talented Female Emirati nationals keen on making a mark in the financial services sector.
Nexus Insurance Brokers has a longstanding relationship with the institution, which is a part of Higher Colleges of Technology, having offered influential eight-week work placement programmes to female Emiratis students for over seven years.
"Nexus Insurance Brokers is entirely built on the talent of its employees, and we have been hugely encouraged by the skill and dedication shown by Emirati females during their work placements to date," said Mahmoud Nodjoumi, CEO and Founder, Nexus Group.
"More than ever before, we are determined to bolster our workforce with promising UAE nationals who, I have no doubt, will continue to inspire us to new levels of success in the coming years."
Nexus Insurance Brokers has won much acclaim for its commitment to international best practice in recent years, including running arguably the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) insurance industry's most rigorous and extensive consultant training programme.
The company intends to implement a host of further new and attractive propositions and is also seeking to expand its geographic footprint beyond Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Bahrain and Lebanon.
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