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More Jobs in Retail Banking

More Jobs in Retail Banking Tauqeer Mazhar, G.M. Business Lahore Region, Habib Bank Limited visited Lahore School of Economics on June 22, 2012 and gave a talk to the students of MBA and MSc (Economics) as a part of Distinguished Lecture Series Program. The talk encompassed the basics of retail and corporate banking.


Tauqeer Mazhar provided insights to Habib Bank giving facts and figures. He told the students that there were two different types of hiring done in HBL, one line for a more streamlined retail banking hiring (RBO), the other for a general hiring, which is more commonly known as Management Trainee Program. He also mentioned that there were more jobs in retail banking, rather than corporate banking, as there were more seats available. Retail Banking, according to the guest speaker was considered a highly people oriented field, whereby retail bankers have to deal with different challenges from different customers every day. This primarily was the reason why he emphasized that there were more jobs in retail banking, because consumers were larger in number as compared to corporations.
 
The GM’s talk was interactive, and students asked many career oriented questions to understand where they would want to be placed after graduating from the Lahore School. The session proved highly fruitful as Tauqeer Mazhar spoke of what it took to become a successful professional in general. [Vicky Zhuang Yi-Yin]

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 8/08/2012 12:15:00 PM,

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