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Alba holds first Executive Series Training

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Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C (Alba), a leading aluminium smelter in the world, held its first Executive Series Training for 2016 on Sunday, January 10, 2016 at Alba Oasis Hall.

The Workshop, part of Alba’s Executive Education series, focused on aligning the management team on what needs to be done to further boost the Company’s performance to combat the severe downturn in commodity prices.

The training session was delivered by Mr. Mark Magnacca President and Co-Founder of Allego, who is a renowned motivational speaker and also the author of the management book “So What?”

Commenting on the Workshop, Alba’s Chief Executive Officer of Alba, Tim Murray said: “With the collapse of all-in-aluminium prices it is critical that the objectives of the company are aligned to ensure we survive during these difficult times.  We would like to thank Mark for his excellent training session which will further strengthen Alba’s competitive edge.”

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Executive development is a critical part of Alba’s leadership strategy, and numerous programmes and trainings are designed and orchestrated throughout the year to develop and prepare the Company management for future growth.

About Alba:

Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C. (Alba) – one of the largest and modern aluminium smelters in the world – is renowned for its premium grade aluminium products, technological strength and innovative policies, strict environmental guidelines and high track record for safety. Established in 1971 as a 120,000 tonnes per annum smelter, Alba today produces more than 960,000 metric tonnes per annum of the highest grade aluminium, with products including standard and T-ingots, extrusion billets, rolling slab, properzi ingots, and molten aluminium.

Alba is listed on both the Bahrain Bourse and London Stock Exchange, and the Company’s shareholders are Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company (69.38%), SABIC Industrial Investment Company (20.62%) and the General Public (10%).

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