Hassan Jameel, a Deputy President at the National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia, was appointed Vice Chairman and CEO of KSA Credit Co. He oversees the company’s strategies and strategies on the management of credit facilities in order to benefit commercial banks.

In his role as Deputy President, he is part of a team which manages several credit facilities and has been trained in key issues including risk management, banking planning, demand management, community banking infrastructure development. In addition to this role as an experienced banker with over 16 years’ experience in various positions in commercial banks.

Hassan Jameel graduated from King Saud University with a Bachelor’s degree in Banking and Finance. He also holds a Master’s degree in banking and finance from the same university.

Hassan Jameel has worked in many different roles at National Commercial Bank, including the head of sales for the bank’s real estate department, vice president for NCB’s market planning and forecasting, vice president for human resources development, credit and later as executive director of Saudi Arabia’s Economic Council. In addition to this role as an experienced banker with over 16 years’ experience in various positions in commercial banks.

Due to his extensive experience as Deputy President at National Commercial Bank; He is not alone in assuming his new role as a CEO of KSA Credit Co. He co-workers, Fahad Mohammed Salem, who is currently the CEO of KSA Credit, as well as Nabil Al Azizi, executive director of KSA Credit Co. and chairman of the board.

Hassan Jameel has been appointed to head the Riyadh branch of National Commercial Bank by the Board of Directors. He carried out his work in a professional manner and established a number of initiatives that were beneficial for the bank’s activities in Riyadh.

He was appointed the head of the Jeddah branch of National Commercial Bank in January 2010 and was active in his role as head of the branch for more than three years. In addition to this role, he was also a member of NCB’s management bureau. He also offered services to many charities, including establishing a scholarship program for needy students and offering scholarships to university students in Egypt.

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