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al khaliji Hosts their 7th Annual Clay Shooting Competition in Doha

Al Khaliji Hosts Their 7th Annual Clay Shooting Competition In Doha

al khaliji Commercial Bank (al khaliji) PQSC, Qatar’s next generation bank, organised its seventh ‘Annual Clay Shooting Competition’ at the Lusail Shooting Club. The competition welcomed numerous local and international corporate banks and companies to participate.

Launched in 2012, the first shooting event was met with great success and lead to an annual tradition between al khaliji and their clients.

As he highlighted the importance of local engagement and proactivity at the company, Fahad Al Khalifa – al khaliji’s Group Chief Executive Officer, said:

The Seventh annual clay event was yet another opportunity for us to interact with our clients in a casual environment developing stronger relations with them. Building lasting relationships at al khaliji is a fundamental component of our business model, and we believe these strong relationships contribute to our overall success as an institution.’

Audi Bank won the honour of first place, followed by CCC in second place and then QNB in third place.

This competition demonstrates al khaliji’s commitment to fostering strong relationships with its clients and a real passion for team sports, which reiterates the bank’s stance on team building and cooperation. Many family members were welcomed to join the event participants, making the day all the more memorable and exciting.

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