26 May 2024 10:05

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Al Hilal Bank appoints Craig Bell as CFO

This appointment comes in line with the Bank’s direction to further strengthen its leadership team with global financial experts 

Al Hilal Bank announced the appointment of Mr. Craig Bell as Chief Financial Officer, in line with its strategic direction to further reinforce its management with superior expertise from the global financial industry. 

Mr. Bell will lead Al Hilal Bank’s financial strategy development and its execution which directly contributes to its future growth plans with the objective of enhancing the Bank’s overall performance and effectiveness. He brings over 23 years of banking experience from major international banks.

Prior to joining Al Hilal Bank, Mr. Bell held numerous leadership positions in the regional and international banking sector, and is equipped with strong values and cultural sensitivity having lived and worked in a number of countries including New Zealand, United Kingdom, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, and Saudi Arabia.

Mr. Khaled AlKhoori, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Al Hilal Bank said, “At the heart of our strategy lies our objective to attract the best talent the industry has to offer to support the Bank’s future expansionary agenda and steadfast growth plans. With his outstanding track record, we are confident that Mr. Bell will contribute strongly to the achievement of the Bank’s overall strategic targets and operations.”

In August, Al Hilal Bank made other key leadership appointments. Mr. Gopi Krishnan, Chief Information Officer, brings over 19 years of international experience in banking, technology and operations, and a successful track record of spearheading transformation for Fortune 100 companies. Mr. Yousuf Sandeela joined the Bank as Executive Vice President, Head of Treasury Banking. Mr. Sandeela brings over 25 years of banking expertise and a proven track record in building and developing treasury and capital markets businesses across a wide range of geographies including many parts of the Middle East. 

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