Sulaiman Azzabin, deputy chairman of Saudi Paper Manufacturing Co. 

Sulaiman Azzabin
Sulaiman Azzabin
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Updated 14 January 2021

Sulaiman Azzabin, deputy chairman of Saudi Paper Manufacturing Co. 

Sulaiman Azzabin, deputy chairman of Saudi Paper Manufacturing Co. 

Sulaiman Azzabin has been deputy chairman of Saudi Paper Manufacturing Co. since March 2020 and a board member of the company since November 2018.

Before that he was deputy minister of social development at the Ministry of Labor and Social Development, and CEO of Deutsche Gulf Finance Corp. and Al-Rajhi Bank.

He worked at Saudi Basic Industries Corp. (SABIC) between 1995 and 2007 before moving to Al-Rajhi Bank in 2007 where he worked in the risk management unit and international business unit.

In 2009, he was appointed director of comprehensive risk before heading the corporate finance client department. Later, he was named director-general of the bank’s international business group.

He was a board member of Al-Rajhi Malaysia and Al-Rajhi Capital, and a member of the National Committee for Prisoners, their Families and Ex-Convicts (Tarahum).

Azzabin said: “I worked in three sectors and came to realize that a robust strategy, dealing with mistakes and collaborating with others to overcome challenges are all important foundations, but they need sufficient information and data as well effective communication and realistic analysis to succeed.”

Azzabin received his master’s degree in risk management from the University of Southampton in the UK in 2004, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from King Saud University, Riyadh, in 1995.


Saudi royals offer condolences to Indonesia’s quake victims

Saudi royals offer condolences to Indonesia’s quake victims
Updated 19 January 2021

Saudi royals offer condolences to Indonesia’s quake victims

Saudi royals offer condolences to Indonesia’s quake victims
  • At least 56 people were killed and 820 injured in the quake that left 15,000 people displaced

RIYADH: The Saudi King and Crown Prince have offered their condolences to President Joko Widodo of Indonesia after an earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale hit Sulawesi island on Friday, state news agency SPA reported.

According to the disaster mitigation agency (BNPB) at least 56 people were killed and 820 injured in the quake that left 15,000 people displaced.

King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman offered their sympathy to the families of those killed and wished a speedy recovery for the injured.