MCB & AIESEC Mauritius declare winners of Case Challenge Competition 2014
From left to right: Dominic Provencal, Business Development Manager at MCB fetes the ‘Diamonds’ team consisting of students Harshini Kusum Neelvashi Seetohul, Mohini Cowlasur and Vinam Mandary, together with Alain Law Min, Head of Retail Banking at MCB. (Image: MCB)
The finals of the Case Challenge Competition 2014, organized by AIESEC Mauritius in collaboration with the MCB Group on Saturday July 19, 2014, witnessed the winners being feted at the MCB building in St-Jean.
The 2014 competition saw the participation of 152 students mainly from tertiary institutions who debated on the theme: Ethics in the banking sector.
At the end of the competition, the MCB Group rewarded the three winners namely the ‘Diamonds’ team who won the first price of Rs 25, 000, ‘Mighty Swifts’, who came second, with Rs 15,000 and finally ‘The 4 Strategists’ who finished third and won Rs 10,000.
The Case Challenge Competition 2014 is an annual competition open to tertiary students from both Mauritius and abroad, and also to those who have already completed their Higher School Certificate (HSC) studies.
This event represents an interesting platform for students wished to demonstrate their capacity to analyze real company issues and, at the same time, sharpens their mental faculties as they are expected to propose innovative solutions to challenging case studies.
As the official partner of AIESEC Mauritius in 2014, the MCB Group has provided participants the opportunity to discover and develop leadership, entrepreneurship and professional skills.
Incorporated in 1838, MCB Ltd is the leading bank in Mauritius while being an increasingly prominent player in the region.
Backed by modern and adapted channel capabilities, high quality service, an innovative culture and a sound business model, MCB Ltd has, throughout its history, been true to its guiding principle of assisting in the advancement of individuals, corporates and the country at large, in the process playing a key role in the development of the Mauritian economy.
AIESEC has 64 years of experience in developing high-potential youth into globally minded responsible leaders.
Started in Mauritius by AIESEC India in June 2008, more than 2000 students have joined AIESEC Mauritius since, and have been empowered by the leadership development programme.