|25 March, 2019

Kuwait-based Burgan Bank appoints chief corporate banking officer

Fadel Abdullah has extensive experience spanning over 25 years in the banking industry

Kuwait-based Burgan Bank has appointed Fadel Abdullah as chief corporate banking officer after obtaining the approval of the Central Bank of Kuwait as of March 5.

Abdullah provides strategic direction and leadership to the corporate banking group including corporate operations, cash management, financial analysis, and projects engineering. He will ensure short- and long-term revenue growth and profitability.

Raed Al-Haqhaq, chief executive officer of Burgan Bank -Kuwait said: “I would like to congratulate Mr. Fadel Abdullah on his role as the Chief Corporate Banking Officer. He has served with us for more than two decades and has proven to be an extremely capable leader, and a highly respected figure in our industry. Given his long record of exemplary experience in corporate banking, we are confident he will steer the bank to greater achievements, in line with our strategic vision. I look forward to working with him in this capacity and wish him every success.”

“Leveraging my robust expertise and long experience in the corporate banking division, I will strive to maintain the bank’s position as one of the leading financial groups in the region,” said Fadel Abdullah. “As a progressive financial institution that thrives on new banking solutions, innovation, and specialized banking services to deliver excellence for our customers, I look forward to raising the bar with the duties entrusted to me.”

Abdullah has extensive experience spanning over 25 years in the banking industry. He joined Burgan Bank in 1998 and has held different leadership positions since. He holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in Mathematics from Kuwait University. – TradeArabia News Service

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