Najm appoints Alsuliman as its new CEO

Dr. Mohammad Alsuliman

RIYADH — Najm for Insurance Services has announced the appointment of Dr. Mohammad Alsuliman as the new Chief Executive Officer.

Hesham Alsharif, Chairman of the Board at Najm, welcomed Dr. Mohammad Alsuliman and emphasized that this appointment will further develop the company’s operations and boost its productivity.

Praising his experience, Alsharif said “Dr. Mohammad Alsuliman has a long and distinguished experience in strategic corporate transformation and project management with several financial companies in addition to leading strategic partnerships with international and regional service providers.”

Commenting on his appointment, Dr. Mohammad Alsuliman, expressed his gratitude to the chairman and board of directors for their warm welcome and trust, and reiterated his commitment to lead Najm toward realizing its vision.

“I look forward to achieving the company’s strategic objectives, enhance the services provided and support the development of the insurance industry in the Kingdom to enhance its contribution to the economy in line with Vision 2030,” Dr. Alsuliman said.

Dr. Alsuliman has held many leadership positions in various sectors, including telecom, finance, banking and investment management. Prior joining Najm, he served as the Vice President, Corporate Development at the Saudi Telecom Company. Earlier, he held several leadership positions, including Chief Operating Officer at the Saudi Kuwaiti Finance House and Vice President of Klever Marketing in the US. Additionally, Dr. Alsuliman is an accredited expert in global project management and mergers and acquisitions.

Moreover, he enjoys a rich academic record. He holds a PhD in Strategic Management and Information Technology, and a Master’s degree in Information Systems and Technology from The Drucker School of Management - Claremont Graduate University, USA, and a Bachelor of Science and Management Information Systems from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Saudi Arabia. — SG