14 February 2016

Jordan International Bank licenses Dinamiks employee performance management tool

04 July 2012  |  1376 views  |  0 Source: Dinamiks

Jordan International Bank plc, the London based specialist in private banking, treasury, trade finance, real estate and structured property finance, has purchased a licence to use Dinamiks, the online employee performance management tool.

"Dinamiks will help us meet our goal of being the leading Middle East banking partner in the UK in the provision of private and corporate banking services," says CEO Mort Mirghavameddin.

Mirghavameddin added that the tool would also be used to manage and monitor performance development and, ultimately, training, and keeping an audit trail of FSA compliance while ensuring strict adherence to the bank's values among all employees, including management.

Greg Guilford, Operations Director of HR Solutions (Consultancy) Limited, who recommended Dinamiks to Mirghavameddin, said Dinamiks was born out of enhanced regulatory controls in UK financial services and was therefore an attractive proposition to offer to the banking sector.

He added that Dinamiks will deliver instant views of individual performance and compliance - and support the competencies of all employees as well as the bank's values.

Competencies include technical expertise, innovation, leadership, teamwork, business focus, and creativity.

The bank's values include integrity, a focus on excellence and collaborative team work, being risk aware while aiming to provide superior performance, and commitment to offering clientele a first class banking service. 

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