JK Bank accords farewell to two senior executives
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Srinagar, Dec 1: J&K Bank gave a warm send-off to its Executive President Sahibzada Ghulam Mohi-ud-din and Vice President Nazir Ahmad Parimoo who retired from service on Friday.
Chairman and CEO, Mushtaq Ahmad, presided over the farewell meet at Bank’s Corporate Office, here, which among others was attended by Executive Presidents and Presidents of the bank.
Hailing the contribution of the two officers, who have served the Bank in different capacities for more than three decades, Chairman said, “J&K Bank is marching ahead with confidence because of the commitment and life-long services of its staff members.”
“It is because of our dedicated employees that this organisation has transformed itself into profitable financial institution with a unique organizational culture based on integrity and strong sense of identity,” he added.
Speaking on the occasion, Sahibzada said, “It is a moment when we both feel satisfied for having been able to contribute something to this institution. And honestly speaking we have received much more respect and cooperation for our contributions.”
“We feel overwhelmed by the affection and respect from our colleagues throughout our service career and we really are proud to be part of this great institution that serves to empower people financially,” said Nazir Ahmad Parimoo.
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