First Investment Company K.S.C.P. (OLAK.KW)

Also known as:  Al Oula, FIC, First Investment, First Investment Company


  • Mr Bader Mohammed Ghuloom Al QattanChairman and director representing Alghanim Industries
  • Mr Hamad Saud H Al-HumeidiVice Chairman and director representing Al-Seef Financial Brokerage Company (KSC)
  • Mr Abdullatif Abdulaziz Al SharekhDirector representing Al Ghanim Trading LLC
  • Mr Amr Natheer SarhanDirector representing Al Bawaba Al Wataniya for General Trading and Contracting Company W.L.L.
  • Mr Khalid Haddad Al AyyoubiDirector representing Wansa for General Trading and Contracting
  • Mr Issa Khalid Al IssaDirector representing Al Assriya Printing Press Publishing and Distribution Company WLL
  • Mr Mohammed Abdulrazzaq Abdulqader Al KandariDirector
  • Mr Eisa Abdallah Al WeggianChief Executive Officer
  • Mr Mohammed Ghaith Al TayyarExecutive Vice President, Direct Investment
  • Mr Fawaz Othman Mubarak Al-AyyarVice President, Asset Management
  • Mr Ahamed Nawal SaheedVice President, Business Development and Real Estate
  • Mr Sultan N Al QenaeiVice President, Asset Management
  • Mr Fawzi O AbdeenSenior Finance Manager
  • Mr Abdulazeez S Al-SalehDirect Investment Manager
  • Mr Mohammed Taher BashirOperations Manager
  • Mr Mohamed Ajami AbdulbakiGeneral Legal Consultant

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