QNB provides opportunity for studentsto sell FIFA commemorative banknotes

November 28, 2022

QNB, the Official Middle East and Africa Supporter of the FIFA World Cup 2022 announced the participation of a number of students from Qatar Banking Studies and Business Administration Secondary School as volunteers to sell the commemorative banknotes for the World Cup.

Selected students had a unique opportunity to sell the commemorative banknotes in a number of QNB branches during the month-long tournament.

This initiative comes as part of the Group’s efforts to celebrate the first FIFA World Cup 2022 in the Middle East and the Arab world, and it reflects its keenness to make this unprecedented historic event a success.

It also provides access to volunteers opportunities for better outcomes for youth and their community within the bank’s vision to promote youth volunteerism as one of the important pillars deeply rooted in its strategy.

QNB General Manager Group Human Capital and School Board Member Abdullah Nasser Al Khalifa said, “We are very happy to welcome students of the Qatar Banking Studies and Business Administration Secondary School to join this initiative aimed at supporting the efforts exerted by QNB to introduce the Qatar 2022 commemorative banknotes to the public. Featuring the most important stadiums of the historic tournament, we hope that these banknotes will deliver a legacy to continue beyond the World Cup.”

QNB Group General Manager of Retail Banking Services Adel Ali Al Malki said, “This initiative comes as part of the Group’s celebration of the commemorative coins and banknotes launched on the occasion of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, reflecting the identity and legacy of Qatar and its football history. It also confirms our keenness to enhance the role of the banking sector, led by the Qatar Central Bank, which spares no effort to make the first World Cup in the Arab world and the Middle East unforgettable.”

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