Mohammed bin Talal Al-Nahhas, governor of the Saudi Public Pension Agency

Mohammed bin Talal Al-Nahhas
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Updated 13 July 2020

Mohammed bin Talal Al-Nahhas, governor of the Saudi Public Pension Agency

Mohammed bin Talal Al-Nahhas has been the governor of the Saudi Public Pension Agency since Aug. 2016.

He played a vital role in establishing, developing and operating the largest network of Islamic banking branches in the Kingdom and the Middle East with a capital of SR15 billion ($4 billion), Alinma Bank.

He has worked as an executive director and banker, and has more than 32 years of experience in banking, business development and management.

Al-Nahhas obtained his bachelor’s degree in administrative sciences from King Saud University, Riyadh, in 1984, and completed an executive management program from the University of Michigan in 1998.

He took part in teaching banking science at the Institute of Public Administration between 1993 and 1995, and actively participated in establishing and developing compliance management and applying the corporate governance system in banks between 2003 and 2015. He also actively participated in the implementation of several administrative programs related to the management of human capital.

Al-Nahhas is a member of the board of directors in many institutions such as the General Organization for Social Insurance, the National Center for Privatization, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation, Saudi Telecom Company and ACWA Power among others.

On Friday Al-Nahhas thanked King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for issuing a royal order extending his service as governor of the Public Pension Agency.

He expressed his pride in their trust, praising the great support and care the General Pension Agency received and the direct interest from the Kingdom’s leadership. He also said that the Public Pension Agency aspired to achieve the ambitious national plans set out in the Vision 2030 reform plan.


Saudi, Brazil UN envoys seek to strengthen ties

Updated 07 August 2020

Saudi, Brazil UN envoys seek to strengthen ties

NEW YORK: Saudi Arabia’s permanent representative to the UN, Abdallah Al-Mouallimi, held talks through a video conference with Ronaldo Costa Filho, Brazil’s UN representative.
The meeting reviewed the bilateral relationships and cooperation between the two countries, as well as issues of common interest, global political developments and cooperation between their UN delegations.
Filho praised the Kingdom’s efforts in fighting terrorism and its cooperation with the international community, as well as the efforts of Al-Mouallimi in leading the UN Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) advisory board.
Al-Mouallimi praised the support provided by Brazil to UNOCT and its cooperation with the international community.
The meeting also discussed Saudi-Brazilian cooperation within the G20, presided by Saudi Arabia in 2020. Filho commended the Kingdom for leading the group amid the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.