KAMCO Investment Company K.S.C.P. (KAMC.KW)

Also known as:  KAMCO


  • HH Sheikh Abdullah Naser Sabah Al Ahmad Al SabahChairman
  • Mrs Entisar Abdulrahim Hasan Al-SuwaidiVice Chairman
  • HH Sheikha Dana Naser Sabah Al Ahmad Al SabahDirector
  • Mr Masoud Mahmoud Haji Jawhar HayatDirector
  • Mr Tariq Mohammad AbdulsalamDirector
  • Mr Farouq Taha Abdullatif Al OumiBoard Secretary
  • Mr Khalid OweidaSenior Vice President, Administration and Information Technology
  • Mr Faisal Mansour SarkhouChief Executive Officer
  • Mr Mohammed Abdullah Al-HubailChief Operating Officer
  • Mr Faisal Hasan Khushnood HasanChief Business Development Officer
  • Mr Khalid Hasan Fouad IbrahimChief Investment Officer
  • Ms Sana Abdullah Hamad Al HadlaqChief Wealth Officer
  • Mr Salah Ahmad Al WuheibChief Assets Officer
  • Mr Mahmoud Hamid IdrisChief Support Officer
  • Mr Farouq Taha Abdullatif Al OumiChief Resources Officer
  • Mr Omar Abu ZennedineSenior Vice President and Head of Investment Banking
  • Mr Rajagopalan Pradeep ThiagarajanSenior Vice President, Risk Management and Compliance
  • Mr Anwar Mahmoud FayadSenior Vice President, Legal
  • Mr Arif Azim KhanzadaVice President, Portfolios and Funds Management Support
  • Mr Ljubomir KrispinovicAssistant Vice President, Middle East and North Africa Asset Management
  • Mr Amr HassanAssistant Vice President, Marketing

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