Five Emirati officials were in the top ten on the list of 100 most influential Arab personalities in the Gulf business for 2022, with the UAE occupying half of the top 10 list, with the remarkable Emirati presence topping the list.
Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, is the second managing director and CEO of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company “ADNOC” and its group of companies. Saeed Al Maktoum was third, followed by Kaltoon Khalifa Al Mubarak, Managing Director and CEO of Mubatala Investments, and fifth, and its founder, Mohammed Al Appar, fifth. Emaar Properties in eighth place, and Advanced Technology Minister Sarah Bint Youssef Al Amiri in ninth place became the only woman in the top ten.
Reem Pint Ibrahim Al Hashimi, Minister of State for International Cooperation and Director General of the Dubai Bureau of Expo 2020, was ranked 15th on the list of 100 Most Influential Arab Persons in the Gulf Business for 2022.
Dr. who is second on the list. Gulf Business said Sultan Al Jaber was guiding the company’s brilliant and ambitious growth strategy. China, according to the “Brand Finance” classification. “.
ADNOC plays a key role in the energy conversion strategy, while the company announced an investment of about $ 6 billion, enabling the development of drilling operations to increase its reserves, and improving its overhead productivity and refining and marketing portfolio. Part of its smart development strategy 2030.
Heinz Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed has successfully led Emirates Airlines and is a pioneer in the aviation industry, according to Gulf Business. Following the “Govt 19” epidemic, with 600 million doses of vaccines being carried, His Highness, in addition to Emirates’ NBD leadership, is set to achieve record profits by 2021, a growth of 34% over 2020.
Gulf Business said Reem Al Hashemi had made great strides in the past years in building the UAE’s Expo 2020 Dubai organization, as the UAE had succeeded in running 192 countries under one umbrella and recorded more than 23 million visits in six months. The United Arab Emirates stunned the world.
Gulf business said Sarah Bint Youssef al-Amiri was not only head of the Emirates Space Agency after her arrival on Mars, but also explored the asteroid belt behind Mars and announced a voyage into Venus’ orbit. UAE launches new space initiative
Caltoon Khalifa Al Mubarak manages $ 243 billion worth of assets through Mubatala, which plays a key role in diversifying the UAE economy, and Al Mubarak’s leading efforts to enhance investment in various sectors, including Emirates’ leader Atomic Energy Corporation and Emirates Global.
Gulf Business said Mohamed Alber had succeeded in leading Emaar Properties, which had an unprecedented $ 9.19 billion in sales last year, recording 80% profit growth. Albert also co-founded the recently launched e-commerce platform “Noon”. Its largest warehouse in Riyadh covers an area of 45,000 square meters and is the chairman of the board of directors of “Zend”, a digital bank that provides services to the corporate and retail sector.
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