Bank of Maldives (BML) has conferred awards to 68 long-serving employees on Tuesday, honoring them for their loyalty.
The BML held its Long Service Awards 2022 at Dharubaaruge on Tuesday evening, during which they presented awards to staff who have worked at the bank for 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 years.
BML’s Deputy CEO Aishath Noordeen, Development Banking Director Fathimath Manike and Senior Facilities Officer Moosa Mohamed received special commendation for having served the bank for 40 years - since its inception.
Meanwhile, Senior Reconciliation Officer Firag Ahmed received special commendation for having served the bank for 35 years.
The 68 long-serving employees were presented with their awards by BML’s CEO Karl Stumke.
“I take this opportunity to express most sincere gratitude to you for the several years of hard work, dedication, and diligence to build and advance Bank of Maldives as the leading bank of this country. Your institutional knowledge is irreplaceable and is what adds to the unique culture of the bank,” said Stumke.
BML is the largest bank and one of the largest employers in the Maldives, with 99 percent of its staff base composed of Maldivians.
BML said it takes great pride in implementing forward looking human resources policies to ensure the highest professional standards of employee recruitment, development and reward.
The bank holds regular events to honor its top performing staff and to recognize their loyal service including Staff Awards and Long Service Awards.