Al-Emadi: Wide experience.
Al-Emadi will be working closely with Al Khaliji’s various business lines to grow and identify new avenues for the bank’s corporate vertical, portfolio and client base growth and diversification.
He has wide experience in the banking sector as he started out his career in 1998 at the Commercial Bank. The latest position he took over was as assistant general manager, with the role of head of government and public sector division.
The announcement comes in line with the bank’s strategic focus on empowering Qatari leadership across its network of operations, in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030.
“Across our departments and operations, we have committed our efforts to growing a solid pool of Qatari talents and leadership. It is a strategic focus that we are confident will transform our future as a group,” Al Khaliji’s Group chief executive Fahad al-Khalifa said.
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