Key HSBC role for Al-Tuwaijri


Published — Wednesday 13 February 2013

Last update 12 February 2013 11:35 pm

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Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri, regional head of global banking and markets, has been appointed to the board of HSBC Bank Middle East (HBME).
The was announced by the board of directors of HSBC Bank Middle East.
The appointment has received the necessary regulatory approval and is effective immediately.
Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri is also a serving board member of The Saudi British Bank (SABB), HSBC Egypt S.A.E. (HBEG) and HSBC Saudi Arabia Limited (IBSA).
“Having spent two decades serving the needs of clients across the Middle East, Mohammad brings significant operating and strategic experience to the board,” said HBME chairman David Eldon, commenting on the appointment.
“This considerable experience will be invaluable as we continue to grow our business across the region, with a firm focus on Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the UAE,” said the chairman.
Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri joined HSBC in 2010 from JPMorgan, where he was managing director and head of JPMorgan, Saudi Arabia. Prior to this, he spent seven years at SABB in a number of senior roles including group head of treasury and board member of IBSA, deputy treasurer and head of investments and head of risk management.

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