Al Rajhi Bank, Saudi Arabia's second largest bank by assets, said on Sunday that Suleiman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Zabin had resigned as chief executive for personal reasons, effective May 17.
Steve Bertamana has been appointed chief
Flag carrier Royal Jordanian has appointed Captain Haitham Misto as the airline’s president and CEO.
Captain Misto brings with him 33 years of experience at Royal Jordanian. During his career, he held several managerial and techni
Five chief executives of Bahrain's marquee companies, including three banks, have been recognised among Top 100 CEOs ranked by Trends and Insead Business School.
The awards, a celebration of the very best in GCC business leade
The chief executive of Abu Dhabi Airports is leaving after two years to take up a new role with the UK government, the company said on Thursday.
Tony Douglas, who took up the role in 2013, will become chief executive of Defence Eq
The Bahrain Association of Banks (BAB) has appointed Dr Waheed Al Qassim as its new CEO, taking the place of Robert Ainey, who is leaving the association after seven years of service.
Dr Al Qassim joins BAB with a distinguished career i
Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME) announced today (March 9) that its chief executive Christopher Fix will be taking up new responsibilities from June onwards.
Fix will become chairman of DME Asia and will also take up a role as mana
Standard Chartered said former JPMorgan investment bank boss Bill Winters will take over as chief executive in June to replace Peter Sands, after investors demanded change at the helm following two years of problems.
Gulf Aluminium Rolling Mill Company (Garmco), the Bahrain-based international aluminium rolling mill and one of the largest downstream aluminium facilities in the Middle East, has appointed Jean-Baptiste Lucas as its new chief executive officer
In a surprise move, Honda Motor Company said on Monday that CEO Takanobu Ito would step down in late June after six years in the top post, and will be succeeded by 55-year-old managing officer Takahiro Hachigo.
Japan's No 3 au
Batelco Group, the international telecommunications group with operations across 14 countries, has announced that its group CEO Alan Whelan will be leaving the company.
Ihab Hinnawi, CEO at Batelco’s sister company Umn