The event was organised by Waljat College of Applied Sciences (WCAS) in association with many colleges in the country and was held under the auspices of Dr Younis bin Khalfan al Akhzami, CEO of the Public Authority for Manpower Register. Representing the bank were Talha Ahmed, internal Sharia’a reviewer, and Redha Ali al Lawati, assistant manager, Sharia’a Audit at Sohar Islamic, who presented students with ample career guidance and opportunities in the industry.
Salim Khamis al Maskry, DGM and head of Sohar Islamic, said, “We at Sohar Islamic are committed to offering total and complete support to ensure that the youth of Oman is offered the best possible career opportunities suited to their aspirations and ambitions in the sector. The industry can always benefit from fresh talent and events like these promote successful engagement between graduating students and hiring companies.
“The Intercollegiate Career Fair was yet another excellent platform for meeting potential candidates who will surely add great value to our existing team and enable the country’s youth to be a part of the country economy growth.”
Launched in 2013, Sohar Islamic has a comprehensive range of banking solutions that cover a wide array of retail and corporate financing needs.
These include SME Banking, auto finance, term deposits, savings accounts, current accounts and construction and housing finance for the bank’s retail customers. For corporate clients, Sohar Islamic offers construction finance, asset finance, working capital finance, project finance, trade finance, etc.