National Commercial Bank appoints Saeed Al Ghamdi as new CEO
- Saudi Arabia: Wednesday, January 30 - 2013 at 12:44
- PRESS RELEASE
Mansour S. Al Maiman, Chairman of National Commercial Bank (NCB), stated that the Chief Executive Office, Mr. Abdulkareem Abu Alnasr has submitted his resignation to the Board of Directors due to personal circumstances and the Board has decided to accept it, extending to him sincere appreciation for his contributions during the past years in serving NCB and developing its business.
Mr. Saeed Alghamdi is one of the talented bankers who is known in the banking circles. He began his career as a computer engineer in the Ministry of Defense and Aviation and then became the Chief Information Officer in Al Rajhi Bank, then the Chief Operating Officer, then the General Manager of the Retail Banking Group and then the Executive Vice President where he managed Private Banking, Corporate and Treasury, as well as Human Resources and Credit Risk and Operations.
He also headed the team who founded Al Rajhi Bank in Malaysia and the bank's branch in Kuwait and Jordan; and during his work at Al Rajhi Bank he was a Board Member for Al Rajhi Bank, Malaysia, Al Rajhi Capital and Al Rajhi Takaful.
Saeed Alghamdi has been working in banking advisory business since March 2012, where he worked as an adviser to the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, and the National Commercial Bank.
He holds a bachelor's degree in Science and Computer Engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals.
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