Saudi Arabia - Alkhabeer Capital, an asset manager specializing in Shariah-compliant investments and financial services, has been ranked the best workplace within the financial sector in Saudi Arabia by leading global workplace culture authority, the Great Place to Work Institute. This year marks the 10th consecutive year that Alkhabeer Capital has been recognized as the top company on the annual list, consistently demonstrating its exceptional corporate environment.

The ranking reflects the company’s efforts to continuously strive toward sustaining high trust and high-performing cultures for their staff members, based on thorough analysis of confidential employee feedback and extensive audit of management policies and practices.

Ahmed Saud Ghouth, chief executive officer of Alkhabeer Capital, said: “Topping the prestigious Great Place to Work is indeed an honor for us at Alkhabeer Capital and represents a consistent achievement year-on-year for us, made possible by our exceptionally talented and dedicated team. We are always looking to enhance ways to ensure our colleagues benefit from a nurturing workplace environment and accelerate their professional development. As committed as we are to helping bring the best out of our people and creating opportunities, we are keen to raise the bar for workplace culture and practices in the Kingdom and inspire other corporates.”

He added: “With the trust of our colleagues and through collaboration, we will continue to advance our journey toward greater inclusion, participation and overall success as a leading Saudi investment firm.”

Last year, Alkhabeer Capital ranked first among 2020’s Best Workplaces for Women within the financial sector in the GCC and was also recognized as one of the 2020 Best Workplaces for Saudi Nationals, with the latter award taking place for the first time in the region.

The company, headquartered in Saudi Arabia, specializes in asset management and investment services. It is authorized by the Capital Market Authority.

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