October 19, 2017

BTMU unveils new Computer and Language Laboratory at Myanmar Institute of Banking

Mr Go Watanabe, CEO for Asia & Oceania, BTMU (second from right) officially opened the training facility together with MBA Vice Chairman, Dr. Sein Maung (second from left), Mr Mitsuhiro Kimura, General Manager of BTMU Yangon Branch (first from left) and MIB Principal, Daw Nwe Nwe Lin (first from right).
Mr Go Watanabe, CEO for Asia & Oceania, BTMU (second from right) officially opened the training facility together with MBA Vice Chairman, Dr. Sein Maung (second from left), Mr Mitsuhiro Kimura, General Manager of BTMU Yangon Branch (first from left) and MIB Principal, Daw Nwe Nwe Lin (first from right).

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. (BTMU), a member of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. (MUFG), officially opened the new Computer and Language Laboratory (Comp and Lang Lab) at Myanmar Institute of Banking (MIB) on 1 December 2015.
Officiating the opening are BTMU senior executives, Mr Go Watanabe, Chief Executive Officer for Asia and Oceania, and Mr Mitsuhiro Kimura, General Manager of Yangon Branch; and Myanmar Banks Association Vice Chairman, Dr. Sein Maung and MIB Principal, Daw Nwe Nwe Lin.
At the opening of the Comp and Lang Lab, Mr Watanabe in his address said: “Our partnership with Myanmar Banks Association is a good way for us to contribute in a meaningful manner towards the long term development of Myanmar’s financial markets.”
This new Comp and Lang Lab, donated by BTMU, is equipped with 50 computer laptops and language training resources. It will allow members of the banking association here raise their staff’s proficiency in computer and language programmes through MIB.
BTMU first announced that it will fund the development of a brand new learning facility at the MIB, which is the training arm of the MBA, at the opening of its Yangon branch in April 2015. The donation is in line with the Memorandum of Understanding signed between BTMU and MBA in 2014, which aims to provide training programmes, and the transfer of banking technology and knowledge that will strengthen Myanmar’s capabilities in banking and finance.
BTMU was the first foreign bank to officially open its branch operations in Myanmar.

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