Nejoud Al-Mulaik, director of Fintech Saudi

Nejoud Al-Mulaik
Updated 02 May 2019
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Nejoud Al-Mulaik, director of Fintech Saudi

  • Al-Mulaik previously worked for 10 years at JPMorgan Chase in corporate investment banking
  • Al-Mulaik attained her bachelor’s degree in business systems from the Arab Open University, Saudi Arabia

In October 2018, Nejoud Al-Mulaik was appointed director of Fintech Saudi, a key part of the Financial Sector Development Program (FSDP) sponsored by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) to enable and build a financial technology ecosystem in the Kingdom.

Prior to joining Fintech Saudi, Al-Mulaik joined the Small and Medium Enterprises General Authority (Monshaat) as international strategic partnership director. In this role, she managed international relationships for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), attracting and designing partnerships to achieve growth and economic contribution across industries.

Al-Mulaik previously worked for 10 years at JPMorgan Chase in corporate investment banking.

She has vast experience in building client relationships and portfolios across finance, industry and the public sector, managing portfolios for large corporations in Saudi Arabia.

Al-Mulaik attained her bachelor’s degree in business systems from the Arab Open University, Saudi Arabia. 

She has played vital roles in logistics, office management, human resource development, event management, business management and core banking services.

Recently, Al-Mulaik addressed the Financial Sector Conference in Riyadh. During one of the sessions, she spoke about how to create a viable business.

Thousands of delegates including ministers from the finance, economy and strategic ministries, as well as top policymakers from capital markets, investment and insurance industries, attended the conference.


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