RBB conducts training for new employees

Himalayan News Service

Kathmandu, April 19:

The new management of Rastriya Banijya Bank (RBB), led by its CEO Bruce Henderson, has started pre-service six weeks training for 64 new employees who have specialised in

‘business’ while studying at universities today. The recruitment of fresh employees in Rastriya Banijya Bank (RBB) is expected to revitalise the bank. Human resource development is considered as one of the most crucial components of the financial sector reform introduced by the government. Bruce Henderson, CEO of the bank, speaking at the inaugural programme of the training apprised the bank’s employees about RBB’s services. He said that the bank is emerging as a model bank as the new management is bent on reforming all sections in the bank to effectively deliver services to people. Henderson suggested employees to understand various products and services being provided to consumers well, which the new employees would utilise while on duty. RBB has responsibilities to provide services to all sectors of the economy, being a totally government-owned bank, said Henderson. Human Resource Manger of RBB Janardan Acharya said that the induction of young blood in the bank would help the management to expedite the reform process. Gopal Rajbahak, chief financial officer and Sudarshan Raj Pandey, audit manager of the bank, the bank management is banking upon fresh employees to improve the bank’s performance.