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HSBC Bank Oman appoints three new senior executives.

Summary: Muscat: In a bold and overt move supporting the nationalisation agenda, HSBC Bank Oman has ...

Muscat: In a bold and overt move supporting the nationalisation agenda, HSBC Bank Oman has announced the appointment of three new senior executives in key strategic business areas. Saud bin Said Al Shidhani joins the bank as deputy chief operating officer; Abdul Qadir bin Ahmed Al Sumali as deputy general manager (Retail Banking & Wealth Management), and Sulaiman bin Said Al Lamki as deputy chief risk officer. Al Shidhani has worked in a variety of specialised roles including banking operations, IT and risk management for more than 18 years, in Oman and Egypt, and joins from National Bank of Oman (NBO) where he previously served as divisional head of operations. Al Sumali also joins from NBO where he was head of retail business. In his 20 years experience, he workd for Bank Dhofar. He was responsible for running the Fund for Development of Youth projects. Al Lamki has worked in global financial services for over 18 years gaining significant risk, integration and audit experience with the Royal Bank of Scotland in the UK as well as KPMG in the UK and Oman. He joins from the State General Reserve Fund where he was chief internal auditor.

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Publication:Times of Oman (Muscat, Oman)
Geographic Code:7OMAN
Date:Oct 6, 2013
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