57% of its members are citizens

Mohamed bin Zayed issues a decision to form a new board of directors for the Abu Dhabi Chamber

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces and Chairman of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, issued a decision to form a new board of directors for the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, headed by Abdullah Mohammed Al Mazrouei, Dr. Ali bin Harmal Al Dhaheri as First Vice Chairman of the Council, and Youssef Ali Abdel Qader as second deputy.

The resolution also stipulated that Masoud Rahma Al Muhairbi will be treasurer, and Saeed Ghamran Al Rumaithi as deputy treasurer.

The council includes in its membership: Jassim Muhammad Al Siddiqi, Saeed Sultan Al Dhaheri, Khalid Abdul Karim Al Fahim, Khalifa Saif Al Ketbi, Shams Ali Al Dhaheri, Ahmed Khalifa Al Muhairi, Alaa Muhammad Erekat, Talal Shafiq Al Dhiyebi, Marwa Abdullah Al Mansouri, Nour Muhammad Al Tamimi and Khadija Ali Al Ameri. , Jassim Hussein Thabet, Bassam Adeeb Gilmiran, Fouad Fahmy Darwish, Hatem Muhammad Dowidar, Khaled Anib, Yasser Nasr Zaghloul, Waseem Muhammad al-Halabi, Amer Fayez Qaqish, Sayed Basr Shuaib, Rashid Mikati, Alan Leslie Smith, Carl Magnus Olson, and Elias Nabil Habib .

The new members represent the majority of the various vital sectors in the emirate, with the aim of ensuring the representation and support of companies of all sizes, which are based in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and enabling the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry to achieve its vision of activating the role of the private sector to have an effective impact at the local, regional and global levels.

Based on the new formation, the council represents 23 founders, CEOs and presidents with leadership experiences drawn from 15 countries across five continents, while the percentage of private sector representation reaches 50%, and the percentage of council members is 57% of UAE nationals.

The economic sectors represented by the new members exceed 15 basic sectors, including financial services, health care, logistics services, telecommunications, agriculture, industry and technology.

Their areas of business include: public listed companies, multinational groups of companies, family and start-up companies.

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