Standard Chartered has good news for disabled people

Standard Chartered Bank Pakistan Limited (SCBPL) has taken another step towards economic empowerment and financial inclusion by launching an internship program for differently-abled individuals. The aim of this initiative is to create a diverse pipeline of candidates for the banking industry while supporting them to improve their quality of life.

The internship program is part of SCBPL’s Futuremakers Inclusive Employability Plan, which is supported by enhanced infrastructure, service delivery, and the use of new technology. This initiative aligns with the bank’s objective of financial inclusion of people with disabilities and is expected to provide more opportunities for future growth.

Rehan Shaikh, the CEO of Standard Chartered Bank (Pakistan) Limited, said that this newly launched internship program is a significant milestone in the bank’s efforts to provide equal access and opportunity to differently-abled individuals to participate in economic activities and reach their full potential.

The launch of this initiative was attended by Rehan Sheikh, Millicent Clarke (Regional Head of Human Resources, Africa and Middle East), and Muhammad Umer (Country Head of HR SCBPL), as well as existing differently-abled colleagues who shared their experiences and journeys at the bank.

The Futuremakers Inclusive Employability Program is critical for embedding diversity and inclusion priorities within SCBPL’s footprint, and this initiative is in line with the Central Bank’s agenda of financial inclusion of persons with disabilities. The bank is confident that it will create more opportunities for future development as they move forward.

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