Al-Sudais welcomes constructive criticism

Updated 25 October 2014

Al-Sudais welcomes constructive criticism

Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, head of the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques, has said that he receives constructive criticism with an open mind.
Speaking to media professionals on the occasion of a ceremony at the conclusion of this year's Haj and Umrah seasons, he said: “We are not afraid of the media but welcome them instead with open hearts and gladly accept their constructive observations and request for transparency on any issue.”
He called on the media professionals to attend the seminar organized by the public relations department at the presidency’s headquarters.
During the ceremony, he announced the end of this year’s Haj and Umrah season, noting that planning and organization are the cornerstones of a successful season, commending the cooperation of all parties concerned.
He said that evaluation committees had embarked on assessing the works of the presidency’s personnel during this season, and have started preparations for the next one.


Saudi Arabia’s first female CEO makes Forbes 100 most powerful women

Updated 13 December 2019

Saudi Arabia’s first female CEO makes Forbes 100 most powerful women

Saudi Arabia’s first female CEO is named in Forbes 100 most powerful women in the world for a second time.

Rania Nashar, Samba Financial Group CEO, was ranked 97th in the list that also included 16-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg.

The list also included the United Arab Emirates’ Raja Easa Al-Gurg ranked at 84. The Emirati, who is a Board Member of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, was also featured in the list in 2017.

The top 10 in the list included German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Christine Lagarde, who was newly appointed president of the European Central Bank.