Hisham is a Director at the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF), where he monitors and oversees PIF’s holdings in various public and private companies. Prior to his current role, Hisham was a Senior Vice President at PIF. Hisham served for eight years as a Principal at Amwal Al Khaleej, a private equity firm focused on medium- to large-scale investments across the Middle East. In addition to seeking out and monitoring investment opportunities throughout the region, Hisham was seconded to BodyMasters — a portfolio company for Gulf Funds — for two years, during which time he assumed the role of CEO and Vice President, transforming the company’s business by developing a series of more than 40 health clubs across Saudi Arabia. He has also served as a Senior Broker at National Commercial Bank, where he was responsible for monitoring and overseeing the investments of the bank’s governor. Hisham sits on the boards of directors for mobile telecommunications company Zain KSA, the Industrialization and Energy Services company (TAQA), and Saudi Industrial Investment company (Dussur), as well as a member of the Executive Committee in the Saudi Arabian Military Industries company (SAMI). He graduated from Brown University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics.
Mohammad is a Vice President at the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF), where he is a member of PIF’s Investment Department. From 2012 to 2016, Mohammad served as Private Equity Associate at Sanabel Investment, and from 2009 to 2012, he worked as a Credit Analyst for the Saudi Industrial Development Fund. He began his career at Deutsche Bank’s DWS Investments in Frankfurt, where he gained early insights into the global investment sector. He serves on the boards and committees of numerous public and private companies, including the Saudi Electricity Company, Eastern Prvince Cement, Saudi SME Fund of Funds, and Saudi Investment Recycling Company. Mohammad holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Prince Sultan University and is a CFA charterholder.
Fahad Alnuhait is the Director of Corporate Finance and Industrial Investment Attraction at NEOM Industrial City. In this role, he is focused on leading setting up strategy and implementation plan for the process of attracting and structuring anchor industrial investments into NEOM Industrial City. Prior to joining NEOM Industrial City, Fahad served as director of investments at Dussur, the Saudi Arabian Industrial Investments Company. He also held the role of chief investment officer for a MENA-region sovereign investment firm, where he led investment operations for a portfolio spanning the entire MENA region. During his experience of more than 18 years in the investment field, Fahad served as board member in multiple companies in Saudi Arabia and the region. Fahad holds a Master’s degree with Distinction in Finance from Newcastle University in the UK, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from King Saud University. He is also currently pursuing a second Master’s degree in Major Program Management at the University of Oxford in the UK. In addition to these qualifications, Fahad is a CFA charterholder.
As the CEO of the Saudi Jordanian Investment Fund, Omar leads the company’s management team in formulating and implementing its investment strategy. Prior to assuming his current role, Omar was the CEO of AB Invest, the investment banking arm of Arab Bank. He also served as the CEO of Capital Investments, the investment banking arm of Capital Bank, and was the co-founder of Singularity Advisors, a corporate advisory service. Along with his distinguished career in the finance sector, Omar boasts a wealth of experience in the public sector, serving as Assistant for Policy at the Office of His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan, as well as a policy advisor to the Jordanian Minister of Finance and Minister of Planning and International Cooperation. Omar began his career in the United States, where he worked in the restructuring and bankruptcy consulting field with Chicago-based Navigant Consulting. Omar holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated magna cum laude with a major in economics, with distinction, and minors in history and psychology.
Walid has 30 years of banking experience at Arab Bank. Walid has been a Senior Vice President at Arab Bank heading the area of Jordan and covering other areas such as the Gulf and Egypt. Prior to that he served as a Senior Vice President covering North Africa and Lebanon. Also, he served as the Head of Global Credit Admin Credit Group at Arab Bank, and head of the Corporate & Institutional Banking – Research & Support – Global Banking Group (GBG) Department at Arab Bank. Walid sits on the board of directors of Arab Sudanese Bank (as chairman), Arab Tunisian Bank, Oman Arab Bank, and Jordan Loan Guarantee Corporation. He graduated from the University of Jordan with a bachelor’s degree in Economics, Statistics & Public Administration, and he obtained his master’s degree in Economics from University of Jordan as well.