(MENAFN- Khaleej Times) The multilateral financial institution embarks on new chapter of its transformation journey amidst shifts in the energy and finance sectors Khalid bin Ali Al Ruwaigh holds an MBA from California State University and a Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems from King Saud University. — Supplied photo By Staff Report
Published: Mon 16 May 2022, 2:08 PM
The Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (Apicorp) on Monday announced the appointment of Khalid bin Ali Al Ruwaigh as its new CEO, taking over from Dr Ahmed Ali Attiga who led the multilateral financial institution over the past five years.
Dr Aabed Al Saadoun, chairman of the Apicorp board said the appointment of Khalid bin Ali Al Ruwaigh marks a new chapter in Apicorp's journey of transformation amidst the shifts in the energy and financial sectors.
“We are cognizant of the importance, complexity and responsibilities of our developmental mandate, and we will continue to adapt to reflect the changing world around us,” he said.
“The wealth of knowledge and experience Khalid brings, having worked in a broad range of industries, will be instrumental in continuing our strong momentum in support of a balanced approach to the energy transition agenda and sustainable development goals of our Member Countries and wider Mena region,” Dr Al Saadoun added.
Khalid bin Ali Al Ruwaigh holds an MBA from California State University and a Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems from King Saud University. He joins Apicorp from Emirates NBD Capital KSA where he served as chief executive officer since March 2019 and had held several senior and executive roles within the financial sector covering multi-asset classes such as public and private equity, real estate, and fixed income.
“I am excited to join Apicorp and be part of its transformational journey. As a company with a unique mandate which sits at the nexus of the energy and financial worlds, the opportunities for growth are truly vast. I look forward to working with our capable management team, our board, and our shareholders to connect industry stakeholders, develop innovative solutions, and support projects which have a positive, tangible, and lasting impact on the lives of people in our part of the world,” Al Ruwaigh said.
Dr Aabed Al Saadoun further noted:“I would like to thank Dr Ahmed Ali Attiga for his years of service as CEO, successfully leading Apicorp during a time of unprecedented challenges brought about by the pandemic and bolstering APICORP's position as a trusted partner and key enabler of the Arab energy sector.”
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