The Investment Fund announces the appointment of Rania Nashar as Head of the General Administration

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She is the first Saudi woman to lead a major banking group in the Kingdom.. Leadership and advisory positions

The Public Investment Fund announced the appointment of Rania Nashar to the position of Head of the General Department of Compliance and Governance in the Fund.

In detail, Rania Nashar joined the Public Investment Fund as an advisor to the fund’s governor, Yasser Al-Rumayyan, in February 2021, to provide consultancy in the field of business and governance, based on her professional experience in the banking sector for more than 20 years. public investments.

Prior to joining the fund, she was the CEO of Samba Financial Group, making her the first Saudi woman to lead a major banking group in Saudi Arabia. Her first joining the group was in 1997. At the beginning of her banking career, she occupied multiple positions in the various departments of the group and contributed to the development of the group’s business sectors.

She also held many other leadership and advisory positions, during her tenure as CEO of Samba Financial Group, she held the position of Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Samba Capital Asset and Investment Management Company, a member of the Board of Directors of Samba Bank Limited in Pakistan and Samba Global Markets Limited, as well as a member of the Board of Directors American Institute of International Finance. In March 2019, the Board of Directors of the Saudi Capital Market Authority appointed Ms. Nashar as Vice Chairman of the Authority’s Advisory Committee. Rania is also a member of the board of directors of the Saudi Tadawul Group, the board of directors of the National Center for Performance Measurement of Public Authorities, the Saudi Space Authority, the Saudi Polo Federation, and the Saudi Telecom Company (STC). He also chaired the Audit Committee of the Future Investment Initiative Foundation.

Rania has achieved many achievements, as she is the first Saudi woman to lead the tasks, audit and risk of all areas of business and operations in Samba Financial Group, including investment business, corporate and retail banking and risk management. She is also the first woman in the GCC financial sector to lead the Compliance Group, and the first Saudi woman to be awarded the title of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) in the United States of America. Outside the banking sector, and during the Kingdom’s presidency of the Group of Twenty, Rania chaired the Council of Businesswomen in the Group of Twenty as well as the EMPOWER Alliance.

Rania holds a BA with honors in Computer Science and Information Technology from King Saud University. She has been honored by Forbes on multiple occasions for her professional achievements, being named among the 100 most powerful women in the world in 2018, 2019 and 2020.

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The Investment Fund announces the appointment of Rania Nashar as head of the General Department for Compliance and Governance

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The Public Investment Fund announced the appointment of Rania Nashar to the position of Head of the General Department of Compliance and Governance in the Fund.

In detail, Rania Nashar joined the Public Investment Fund to occupy the position of advisor to the fund’s governor, Yasser Al-Rumayyan, in February 2021, to provide consultancy in the field of business and governance, based on her professional experience in the banking sector for more than 20 years, and she also occupies the position of Head of the General Department of Compliance and Governance in the Fund public investments.

Prior to joining the fund, she was the CEO of Samba Financial Group, making her the first Saudi woman to lead a major banking group in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Her first joining the group was in 1997. At the beginning of her banking career, she occupied multiple positions in the various departments of the group and contributed to the development of the group’s business sectors.

She also held many other leadership and advisory positions, during her tenure as CEO of Samba Financial Group, she held the position of Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Samba Capital Asset and Investment Management Company, a member of the Board of Directors of Samba Bank Limited in Pakistan and Samba Global Markets Limited, as well as a member of the Board of Directors American Institute of International Finance. In March 2019, the Board of Directors of the Saudi Capital Market Authority appointed Ms. Nashar as Vice Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Authority. Rania is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Tadawul Group, the Board of Directors of the National Center for Performance Measurement of Public Authorities, the Saudi Space Authority, the Saudi Polo Federation, and the Saudi Telecom Company (STC). He also chaired the Audit Committee of the Future Investment Initiative Foundation.

Rania has achieved many achievements, as she is the first Saudi woman to lead the tasks, audit and risk of all areas of business and operations in Samba Financial Group, including investment business, corporate and retail banking and risk management. She is also the first woman in the GCC financial sector to lead the Compliance Group, and the first Saudi woman to be awarded the title of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) in the United States of America. Outside the banking sector, and during the Kingdom’s presidency of the Group of Twenty, Rania chaired the Council of Businesswomen in the Group of Twenty as well as the EMPOWER Alliance.

Rania holds a BA with honors in Computer Science and Information Technology from King Saud University. She has been honored by Forbes on multiple occasions for her career achievements, being named among the 100 most powerful women in the world in 2018, 2019 and 2020.

June 24, 2021 – Dhu al-Qi’dah 14, 1442

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She is the first Saudi woman to lead a major banking group in the Kingdom.. Leadership and advisory positions

The Public Investment Fund announced the appointment of Rania Nashar to the position of Head of the General Department of Compliance and Governance in the Fund.

In detail, Rania Nashar joined the Public Investment Fund to occupy the position of advisor to the fund’s governor, Yasser Al-Rumayyan, in February 2021, to provide consultancy in the field of business and governance, based on her professional experience in the banking sector for more than 20 years, and she also occupies the position of Head of the General Department of Compliance and Governance in the Fund public investments.

Prior to joining the fund, she was the CEO of Samba Financial Group, making her the first Saudi woman to lead a major banking group in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Her first joining the group was in 1997. At the beginning of her banking career, she occupied multiple positions in the various departments of the group and contributed to the development of the group’s business sectors.

She also held many other leadership and advisory positions, during her tenure as CEO of Samba Financial Group, she held the position of Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Samba Capital Asset and Investment Management Company, a member of the Board of Directors of Samba Bank Limited in Pakistan and Samba Global Markets Limited, as well as a member of the Board of Directors American Institute of International Finance. In March 2019, the Board of Directors of the Saudi Capital Market Authority appointed Ms. Nashar as Vice Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Authority. Rania is also a member of the board of directors of the Saudi Tadawul Group, the board of directors of the National Center for Performance Measurement of Public Authorities, the Saudi Space Authority, the Saudi Polo Federation, and the Saudi Telecom Company (STC). He also chaired the Audit Committee of the Future Investment Initiative Foundation.

Rania has achieved many achievements, as she is the first Saudi woman to lead the tasks, audit and risk of all areas of business and operations in Samba Financial Group, including investment business, corporate and retail banking and risk management. She is also the first woman in the GCC financial sector to lead the Compliance Group, and the first Saudi woman to be awarded the title of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) in the United States of America. Outside the banking sector, and during the Kingdom’s presidency of the Group of Twenty, Rania chaired the Council of Businesswomen in the Group of Twenty as well as the EMPOWER Alliance.

Rania holds a BA with honors in Computer Science and Information Technology from King Saud University. She has been honored by Forbes on multiple occasions for her career achievements, being named among the 100 most powerful women in the world in 2018, 2019 and 2020.





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