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Shaikha Al Bahar. Banker (Kuwait)

Syllabus of the Subject: Shaikha Al Bahar (the eighth most powerful Arab Women).

  1. Sheikha Al Bahar Kuwaiti Muslim Banker
  2. National Bank of Kuwait
  3. Watani Investment Company

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Sample: Shaikha Al Bahar (the eighth most powerful Arab Women)
Shaikha Al Bahar, Eighth most powerful Arab woman (Kuwait, Doctorate, Master)

Kuwaiti Businessman.

  1. Nasser Al Kharafi
  2. Jawad Ahmed Bukhamseen
  3. Maha Al-Ghunaim

Description: Shaikha Al Bahar (Kuwaiti Businesswoman)

Shaikha Al-Bahar (Muslim Businesswoman) is the Deputy CEO of the National Bank of Kuwait

  1. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the International Bank of Qatar (Middle East)
  2. Shaikha Al-Bahar is considered as the eighth most powerful Arab Women by the “Arabian Business” magazine
  3. Al-Bahar is also Directress of ZAIN (mobile telecommunications) and Vice Chairperson of Watani (Investment Company)
  4. Al-Bahar has also been the Chairwoman of the Organisation Al Watany Bank of Egypt
  5. Shaikha Al-Bahar has a broad know-how of privatisation process and financial sector
  6. She has participated in all the privatisation process of the Kuwait Investment Authority since 1994.
  7. Ms Shaikha Al Bahar is also the President of NBK (Lebanon), Al Assima Real Estate (Kuwait); she is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Bank of Qatar, the Bank of Turkey, and the University of Kuwait

Mobile Telecommunications Company (ZAIN)

  1. Zain is a leading company in the mobile telecommunication's sector in the MENA region (the Middle East and North Africa)
  2. The firm was established in 1983 in Kuwait. Currently; it is the first mobile operator in the region
  3. In 2010, Zain sold the 100% of shares of Zain Africa to Bharti Airtel for 10,700 million dollars. (see Mohamed Ibrahim)

Shaikha Al-Bahar belongs to the Arab Economic Area (Islamic Civilisation)

  1. Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development
  2. Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development

Religions and Global Trade

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