CIB first Middle East institution to be included as case study in London Business School curriculum

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The London Business School announced the inclusion of Commercial International Bank – Egypt (CIB), Egypt’s largest private sector bank, as part of its successful business models. The bank is the first institution in the Middle East to be incorporated into the curriculum of the London School of Business Leadership Institute, one of the top five business schools in the world.

The London School of Business, in partnership with the Leadership Institute, held a special discussion session on Thursday 14 June 2018, entitled Leading the Great Transitions in Times of Crisis: A Dialogue with Commercial International Bank, hosted by Hisham Ezz Al-Arab, chairperson of the board of directors and managing director of CIB.

Ezz Al-Arab reviewed the most important features of the study and its results, as well as the bank’s success in adding and maximising the value for each of its customers, shareholders, and Egyptian society through investment in managing data analysis and upgrading human talent.

The selection of CIB by the London School of Business, in recognition of the leadership and development of its work by adopting an effective approach, depended on the management and analysis of data as well as the competence and skill of the work teams.

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