Sarah Al-Suhaimi

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Sarah Al-Suhaimi
Occupation Chair of the Board
Employer Saudi Stock Exchange
Location Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Sarah Al Suhaimi is the first woman to chair Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange, the largest stock exchange in the Middle East. She was appointed to that position, replacing Khalid Al Rabiah, in February 2017. She retains her position as head of NCB Capital, the investment banking unit of National Commercial Bank. She was the first female head of a Saudi investment bank when she assumed the role at NCB in 2014.[1]

Background

Before joining NCB Capital, Al Suhaimi was chief investment officer at Jadwa Investment and a senior portfolio manager at Samba Financial Group. Her father, Jammaz Al Suhaimi, was the head of the Capital Market Authority, Saudi Arabia's market regulator, until 2006.

Education

She holds a Bachelor's Degree from King Saud University.[2]

References

  1. Sarah Al-Suhaimi to Become the First Woman to Head Saudi Arabia's Stock Exchange. Bloomberg.
  2. Sarah Al-Suhaimi Executive Profile. Bloomberg.
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