Management

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Find out more about the people that oversee and manage our organisation.

H.E. Ali Shareef Al Emadi

Chairman

H.E. Ali Shareef Al Emadi was appointed as Minister of Finance in June 2013. He also serves as Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Economic Affairs and Investment and has extensive experience in the financial sector spanning over 20 years. Close
H.E. Ali Shareef Al Emadi
Chairman
H.E. Ali Shareef Al Emadi was appointed as Minister of Finance in June 2013. He also serves as Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Economic Affairs and Investment and has extensive experience in the financial sector spanning over 20 years.
H.E. Ali Bin Ahmed Al-Kuwari

Deputy Chairman

H.E. Ali bin Ahmed Al Kuwari was appointed Minister of Commerce and Industry in 2018. Joining Qatar National Bank (QNB) in 1988, he became QNB’s Group Chief Executive Officer in July 2013.

He is also Chairman of MasterCard Middle East and North Africa Advisory Board, Chairman of QNB Capital (the investment banking and advisory arm of QNB Group) and Chairman of QNB Privée Suisse in Switzerland, as well as Vice Chairman of Qatar Stock Exchange.

Possessing an MSc in Management Information Systems from the Seattle Pacific University and a BSc in Math and Computer Science from the Eastern Washington University, he also attended a number of executive programmes at the Wharton School of Business, London Business School, Cambridge University, and Duke University.
 
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H.E. Ali Bin Ahmed Al-Kuwari
Deputy Chairman
H.E. Ali bin Ahmed Al Kuwari was appointed Minister of Commerce and Industry in 2018. Joining Qatar National Bank (QNB) in 1988, he became QNB’s Group Chief Executive Officer in July 2013.

He is also Chairman of MasterCard Middle East and North Africa Advisory Board, Chairman of QNB Capital (the investment banking and advisory arm of QNB Group) and Chairman of QNB Privée Suisse in Switzerland, as well as Vice Chairman of Qatar Stock Exchange.

Possessing an MSc in Management Information Systems from the Seattle Pacific University and a BSc in Math and Computer Science from the Eastern Washington University, he also attended a number of executive programmes at the Wharton School of Business, London Business School, Cambridge University, and Duke University.
 
Rashid Ali Al-Mansoori

Board Member

Rashid Ali Al-Mansoori is the CEO of the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE). He also served as a board member of a number of organisations including the QSE, a brokerage firm, and other government entities.

He served as IT Director at the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) where he was responsible for establishing the IT department and setting up investment and financial system applications. As well as serving as IT Director at Qatar Olympics Committee and the Head of Applied Systems at the Ministry of the Interior. 

He worked in various positions at Qatar Petroleum directly after graduation, holds a BSc degree in Computer and Management Sciences and has expertise in administration, IT, and financial services.
 
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Rashid Ali Al-Mansoori
Board Member
Rashid Ali Al-Mansoori is the CEO of the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE). He also served as a board member of a number of organisations including the QSE, a brokerage firm, and other government entities.

He served as IT Director at the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) where he was responsible for establishing the IT department and setting up investment and financial system applications. As well as serving as IT Director at Qatar Olympics Committee and the Head of Applied Systems at the Ministry of the Interior. 

He worked in various positions at Qatar Petroleum directly after graduation, holds a BSc degree in Computer and Management Sciences and has expertise in administration, IT, and financial services.
 
Ahmad Abdulla Ahmad Jassim Al-Jamal

Board Member

Ahmad Abdulla Ahmad Jassim Al-Jamal is the Director of Financial Affairs at the Ministry of Interior, holding a highly respected grade of Police Brigadier. He has a BA in Administration and Economics from Qatar University, which led to him taking up his first professional position of Trainee Auditor at the Audit Bureau in 1987 for three years. Ten years later, he began his rise in finance after being appointed Head of Payroll at the Ministry of Interior.

He has nearly 25 years of experience in the finance sector, which culminated in his appointment as Director of Financial Affairs at the Ministry of Interior in 2003. 

He currently holds the positions of Vice Chairman of the Military Retirement Committee, Member of the Committee for Tenders and Bids at the Ministry of the Interior, Member of the Committee in charge of studying the laws of employment and retirement in Qatar, Member of MILIPOL Qatar, the committee in charge of the organisation of the Qatar International Exhibition of Internal State Security, and Member of the QFC Authority Audit and Risk Committee.
 
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Ahmad Abdulla Ahmad Jassim Al-Jamal
Board Member
Ahmad Abdulla Ahmad Jassim Al-Jamal is the Director of Financial Affairs at the Ministry of Interior, holding a highly respected grade of Police Brigadier. He has a BA in Administration and Economics from Qatar University, which led to him taking up his first professional position of Trainee Auditor at the Audit Bureau in 1987 for three years. Ten years later, he began his rise in finance after being appointed Head of Payroll at the Ministry of Interior.

He has nearly 25 years of experience in the finance sector, which culminated in his appointment as Director of Financial Affairs at the Ministry of Interior in 2003. 

He currently holds the positions of Vice Chairman of the Military Retirement Committee, Member of the Committee for Tenders and Bids at the Ministry of the Interior, Member of the Committee in charge of studying the laws of employment and retirement in Qatar, Member of MILIPOL Qatar, the committee in charge of the organisation of the Qatar International Exhibition of Internal State Security, and Member of the QFC Authority Audit and Risk Committee.
 
Bob Wigley

Board Member

Bob Wigley’s current roles include being Chairman of Hibu Plc, Stonehaven Associates LLP, NetOTC, Captive Minds Communications Group and Expansys Plc. In 2008, he chaired a panel of leading London financial services company CEOs for the former Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, producing a major report on how to maintain London’s competitiveness in global terms for the decade ahead, and he now sits on the Mayor’s Panel of Economic Advisers. 

Until January 2009, Bob Wigley was Chairman of Merrill Lynch Europe, Middle East and Africa.

He has also been a member of the Court of the Bank of England, a member of the Senior Practitioner Committee of the UK Financial Services Authority, and the FSA’s nominated representative on the Market Consultative Panel of the Council of European Securities Regulators. Close
Bob Wigley
Board Member
Bob Wigley’s current roles include being Chairman of Hibu Plc, Stonehaven Associates LLP, NetOTC, Captive Minds Communications Group and Expansys Plc. In 2008, he chaired a panel of leading London financial services company CEOs for the former Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, producing a major report on how to maintain London’s competitiveness in global terms for the decade ahead, and he now sits on the Mayor’s Panel of Economic Advisers. 

Until January 2009, Bob Wigley was Chairman of Merrill Lynch Europe, Middle East and Africa.

He has also been a member of the Court of the Bank of England, a member of the Senior Practitioner Committee of the UK Financial Services Authority, and the FSA’s nominated representative on the Market Consultative Panel of the Council of European Securities Regulators.
Dr Arnab Banerji

Board Member

Dr Arnab Banerji is chairman of Collabrium Capital, an emerging markets investment house. He is also a non-executive director of Kames Capital, which is part of the AEGON group. He has held a number of senior financial positions, including at Nomura Securities, Citibank and Foreign & Colonial, where he was the Group Chief Investment Officer.

He has served on the Morgan Stanley Capital international advisory board, the UK’s Export Credit Guarantee advisory board and was a director of CDC, the emerging markets private equity group.

For three years he worked at 10 Downing Street as the Senior Policy Advisor on Economic Affairs to the then-Prime Minister, Tony Blair. Dr Arnab is a graduate of Oxford University and has degrees in Human Physiology and Medicine. He is also a member of Oxford University’s Medical Sciences Advisory Board.
 
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Dr Arnab Banerji
Board Member
Dr Arnab Banerji is chairman of Collabrium Capital, an emerging markets investment house. He is also a non-executive director of Kames Capital, which is part of the AEGON group. He has held a number of senior financial positions, including at Nomura Securities, Citibank and Foreign & Colonial, where he was the Group Chief Investment Officer.

He has served on the Morgan Stanley Capital international advisory board, the UK’s Export Credit Guarantee advisory board and was a director of CDC, the emerging markets private equity group.

For three years he worked at 10 Downing Street as the Senior Policy Advisor on Economic Affairs to the then-Prime Minister, Tony Blair. Dr Arnab is a graduate of Oxford University and has degrees in Human Physiology and Medicine. He is also a member of Oxford University’s Medical Sciences Advisory Board.
 

Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida

Chief Executive Officer and Board Member

Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority in June 2015. He previously held the role of Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Strategic and Business Development Officer, where he was responsible for the overall strategic development. 

Yousuf has a strong financial background with experience across a variety of roles. Prior to joining the QFC, he was Head of Indirect Investment at the Qatar General Retirement and Pension Authority, which included overseeing the management of hedge fund, private equity, real estate, fixed income and equity portfolio investments. His previous experiences include engineering project work for Qatar Petroleum and Dolphin Energy and managing various real-estate projects in Qatar.

He represents QFC on the boards of the Qatar Stock Exchange, the Qatar Finance and Business Academy, the Financial Markets Development Committee and the Free Zones Authority. He also sits on the Advisory Council of Qatar University's College of Business & Economics. He has previously sat on the boards of Nakilat QSC and the US$1 billion strategic investment fund of Unicorn Investment Bank, as well as serving as Vice Chairman of Mayadeen Real Estate Company KSCC.

Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida graduated from the University of Arizona. Close
Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida
Chief Executive Officer and Board Member
Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority in June 2015. He previously held the role of Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Strategic and Business Development Officer, where he was responsible for the overall strategic development. 

Yousuf has a strong financial background with experience across a variety of roles. Prior to joining the QFC, he was Head of Indirect Investment at the Qatar General Retirement and Pension Authority, which included overseeing the management of hedge fund, private equity, real estate, fixed income and equity portfolio investments. His previous experiences include engineering project work for Qatar Petroleum and Dolphin Energy and managing various real-estate projects in Qatar.

He represents QFC on the boards of the Qatar Stock Exchange, the Qatar Finance and Business Academy, the Financial Markets Development Committee and the Free Zones Authority. He also sits on the Advisory Council of Qatar University's College of Business & Economics. He has previously sat on the boards of Nakilat QSC and the US$1 billion strategic investment fund of Unicorn Investment Bank, as well as serving as Vice Chairman of Mayadeen Real Estate Company KSCC.

Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida graduated from the University of Arizona.

Nasser Al-Taweel

Chief Legal Officer and Board Secretary

Nasser Al-Taweel has extensive experience of both Qatari law and English law and was one of the first Qataris to qualify as a solicitor in the Senior Courts of England and Wales.

In his current role as Chief Legal Officer, Nasser heads a department of lawyers from various countries with extensive backgrounds. He manages and works on various matters, including ensuring that QFC adopts and adheres to best internationally accepted practices in governance compliance. He is a lead in supporting QFC’s vision as a regulator and platform for conducting business and oversaw the drafting and updating of the new QFC Law. 

Prior to joining QFC, Nasser worked as a Legal Counsel for Royal Dutch Shell in various locations. As well as advising and supporting Qatar Shell during the implementation of the new tax law in Qatar, he ensured compliance with the various laws of Qatar including the Qatari Commercial Companies Law, Commercial Law, and Labour Law, and the provisions of the concession agreements between Shell and the Government of Qatar. He also worked on mega transactions including mergers and acquisitions and LNG projects.

As part of this role, he also liaised and interacted with various organisations including Qatar Petroleum, Qatar Foundation, QatarGas, Barwa Real Estate, and Qatar Science and Technology Park, and has handled stakeholder engagement and legal matters with various authorities, ministries and departments in Qatar. 

He holds a Bachelor's degree in Laws from the University of Leeds and a postgraduate diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Law, where he graduated with distinction. Close
Nasser Al-Taweel
Chief Legal Officer and Board Secretary
Nasser Al-Taweel has extensive experience of both Qatari law and English law and was one of the first Qataris to qualify as a solicitor in the Senior Courts of England and Wales.

In his current role as Chief Legal Officer, Nasser heads a department of lawyers from various countries with extensive backgrounds. He manages and works on various matters, including ensuring that QFC adopts and adheres to best internationally accepted practices in governance compliance. He is a lead in supporting QFC’s vision as a regulator and platform for conducting business and oversaw the drafting and updating of the new QFC Law. 

Prior to joining QFC, Nasser worked as a Legal Counsel for Royal Dutch Shell in various locations. As well as advising and supporting Qatar Shell during the implementation of the new tax law in Qatar, he ensured compliance with the various laws of Qatar including the Qatari Commercial Companies Law, Commercial Law, and Labour Law, and the provisions of the concession agreements between Shell and the Government of Qatar. He also worked on mega transactions including mergers and acquisitions and LNG projects.

As part of this role, he also liaised and interacted with various organisations including Qatar Petroleum, Qatar Foundation, QatarGas, Barwa Real Estate, and Qatar Science and Technology Park, and has handled stakeholder engagement and legal matters with various authorities, ministries and departments in Qatar. 

He holds a Bachelor's degree in Laws from the University of Leeds and a postgraduate diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Law, where he graduated with distinction.
Raed Al-Emadi

Chief Commercial Officer

Raed Al-Emadi is the QFC Authority’s Chief Commercial Officer, leading the Licensing, Companies Registration Office and Client Affairs divisions. Prior to joining QFC, he served as Silatech’s Deputy CEO and Chief Operations Officer. 

Raed worked within many prominent Qatari organisations such as Qatar Petroleum, Qatar Foundation and Barwa Real Estate. He has been involved with projects in the hydrocarbon and the real estate development industries both in Qatar and internationally.

Throughout his career he has been entrusted with many critical roles, including the role of Chief Operations Engineer at Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP), handling clients such as Shell, Rolls-Royce, Microsoft, ExxonMobil, and General Electric, among others.

Committed to entrepreneurship, Raed assisted in the establishment of the Bedaya Center and the Qatar Business Incubation Center, where he continues to serve as a board member.

Raed graduated from McNeese State University (Louisiana) with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. Close
Raed Al-Emadi
Chief Commercial Officer
Raed Al-Emadi is the QFC Authority’s Chief Commercial Officer, leading the Licensing, Companies Registration Office and Client Affairs divisions. Prior to joining QFC, he served as Silatech’s Deputy CEO and Chief Operations Officer. 

Raed worked within many prominent Qatari organisations such as Qatar Petroleum, Qatar Foundation and Barwa Real Estate. He has been involved with projects in the hydrocarbon and the real estate development industries both in Qatar and internationally.

Throughout his career he has been entrusted with many critical roles, including the role of Chief Operations Engineer at Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP), handling clients such as Shell, Rolls-Royce, Microsoft, ExxonMobil, and General Electric, among others.

Committed to entrepreneurship, Raed assisted in the establishment of the Bedaya Center and the Qatar Business Incubation Center, where he continues to serve as a board member.

Raed graduated from McNeese State University (Louisiana) with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics.
Hamed Al-Saadi

Chief Financial and Tax Officer

Hamed Al-Saadi joined the QFC Authority as Chief Financial & Tax Officer in August 2015.

In these capacities, he assumes a strategic role in the overall management of the QFC in addition to his responsibility to oversee the financial planning and execution of financial activities for all QFC affiliates (QFCA, Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Centre and Qatar Finance and Business Academy) and to ensure adherence to QFC's values of transparency, efficiency and integrity.

Hamed has over 20 years of experience in accounting and financial management. Prior to joining the QFC, he had worked at RasGas Company for 10 years, where he held a number of high profile positions, including General Accounting Manager. Hamed had also worked for another 5 years at Qatar University’s Administrative Department.

Hamed holds a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Qatar University and an Executive MBA from the University of Plymouth (UK). He also has specific expertise in audit, project management and executive leadership.

Hamed is Board Member of Qatari Association of Certified Public Accountants QCPA (2018 – 2021 cycle). Close
Hamed Al-Saadi
Chief Financial and Tax Officer
Hamed Al-Saadi joined the QFC Authority as Chief Financial & Tax Officer in August 2015.

In these capacities, he assumes a strategic role in the overall management of the QFC in addition to his responsibility to oversee the financial planning and execution of financial activities for all QFC affiliates (QFCA, Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Centre and Qatar Finance and Business Academy) and to ensure adherence to QFC's values of transparency, efficiency and integrity.

Hamed has over 20 years of experience in accounting and financial management. Prior to joining the QFC, he had worked at RasGas Company for 10 years, where he held a number of high profile positions, including General Accounting Manager. Hamed had also worked for another 5 years at Qatar University’s Administrative Department.

Hamed holds a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Qatar University and an Executive MBA from the University of Plymouth (UK). He also has specific expertise in audit, project management and executive leadership.

Hamed is Board Member of Qatari Association of Certified Public Accountants QCPA (2018 – 2021 cycle).
Abdulla Al Hajri CAO Abdulla Mohamed Al-Hajri

Chief Administrative Officer

Abdulla Mohamed Al-Hajri was appointed Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and member of the Executive Committee (EXCO) of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority in July 2020. He previously held the role of Acting CAO since September 2019, where he had several accomplishments in the administrative functions within the QFC’s Human Capital, IT, Procurement and Facilities Management departments, as well as other special projects.

Prior to joining the QFC, Al-Hajri held different roles at reputable organisations throughout his career which spans nearly 15 years. He formerly served as a Portfolio Manager and Contract Performance Manager of the Global Facilities Management Platform at Qatar Shell. He also held the position of Head of Private Projects Division of the Private Engineering Office, as well as the Head of Maintenance of Qatar Olympic Committee.

 

Abdulla Al-Hajri holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Wichita State University, Kansas, USA.

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Abdulla Al Hajri CAO
Abdulla Mohamed Al-Hajri
Chief Administrative Officer

Abdulla Mohamed Al-Hajri was appointed Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and member of the Executive Committee (EXCO) of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority in July 2020. He previously held the role of Acting CAO since September 2019, where he had several accomplishments in the administrative functions within the QFC’s Human Capital, IT, Procurement and Facilities Management departments, as well as other special projects.

Prior to joining the QFC, Al-Hajri held different roles at reputable organisations throughout his career which spans nearly 15 years. He formerly served as a Portfolio Manager and Contract Performance Manager of the Global Facilities Management Platform at Qatar Shell. He also held the position of Head of Private Projects Division of the Private Engineering Office, as well as the Head of Maintenance of Qatar Olympic Committee.

 

Abdulla Al-Hajri holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Wichita State University, Kansas, USA.

Sarah Al-Dorani

Chief Marketing Officer

Sarah Al-Dorani is the Chief Marketing Officer of the QFC leading global and local marketing strategies in primary markets worldwide focused on brand positioning and FDI promotion.
 
She played a critical role in identifying international alliances for the QFC, securing a membership for the entity at the World Alliance of International Financial Centers, which provides essential industry solutions to drive the next wave of economic growth. In addition, Sarah spearheaded the QFC’s first media partnership with a global media outlet, Bloomberg Media, whereby she oversaw the launch of Bloomberg’s first television studio in Qatar with the aim to develop an emerging media hub.
 
Prior to joining QFC, Sarah worked in several prominent organizations such as Qatar Petroleum International and Qatar Foundation. She also served secondments as Strategic Communications Advisor in the Ministry of Finance and as Negotiator for the Ministry of Environment working with the United Nations Climate Change Conference. She has also authored several strategic policy reports during her time at RAND Corporation.
 
Sarah is currently a board member of Injaz Qatar, an organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. She holds a B.Sc. in International Political Economy from Georgetown University, Washington D.C. and an Executive Master’s in Strategic Business Management from HEC Qatar.  Close
Sarah Al-Dorani
Chief Marketing Officer
Sarah Al-Dorani is the Chief Marketing Officer of the QFC leading global and local marketing strategies in primary markets worldwide focused on brand positioning and FDI promotion.
 
She played a critical role in identifying international alliances for the QFC, securing a membership for the entity at the World Alliance of International Financial Centers, which provides essential industry solutions to drive the next wave of economic growth. In addition, Sarah spearheaded the QFC’s first media partnership with a global media outlet, Bloomberg Media, whereby she oversaw the launch of Bloomberg’s first television studio in Qatar with the aim to develop an emerging media hub.
 
Prior to joining QFC, Sarah worked in several prominent organizations such as Qatar Petroleum International and Qatar Foundation. She also served secondments as Strategic Communications Advisor in the Ministry of Finance and as Negotiator for the Ministry of Environment working with the United Nations Climate Change Conference. She has also authored several strategic policy reports during her time at RAND Corporation.
 
Sarah is currently a board member of Injaz Qatar, an organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. She holds a B.Sc. in International Political Economy from Georgetown University, Washington D.C. and an Executive Master’s in Strategic Business Management from HEC Qatar. 
Sheikha Alanoud Bint Hamad Al-Thani

Managing Director of Business Development

Sheikha Alanoud bint Hamad Al-Thani was appointed Managing Director of Business Development at the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority in September 2017. Previously, she held the roles of Vice President of Strategic Alliances, CEO Office and Associate Director of Economic Affairs for the MENA region. 
 
Prior to joining the QFC, Alanoud served as the Qatar Country Director for Silatech, a Qatar-based social initiative that connects young people to employment opportunities across the Arab region. She has also held other positions working with various UN agencies and international organisations specialising in issues covering economic development, focusing on education, private sector development, and youth employment. She has authored numerous reports on the subject matters. 
 
Alanoud has been a board member of a number of organizations, including Vice Chair for the Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Guidance, Tomouh, How Women Work, i2Co School of Transformative Leadership, Qatar-UK Alumni Board – British Council, and Future Foreign Policy in the UK. She is currently a Global Ambassador for Qatar for Women Entrepreneurship Day, Qatar Chair for Global Dignity, and a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community. 
 
A recipient of Honours and Awards including Young Arab Achiever in 2011, and His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani Education Excellence Awards in 2008 and 2012. She graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science and Oxford University and holds an Executive Education from the Qatar Leadership Centre Rising Leaders’ Programme.

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Sheikha Alanoud Bint Hamad Al-Thani
Managing Director of Business Development

Sheikha Alanoud bint Hamad Al-Thani was appointed Managing Director of Business Development at the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority in September 2017. Previously, she held the roles of Vice President of Strategic Alliances, CEO Office and Associate Director of Economic Affairs for the MENA region. 
 
Prior to joining the QFC, Alanoud served as the Qatar Country Director for Silatech, a Qatar-based social initiative that connects young people to employment opportunities across the Arab region. She has also held other positions working with various UN agencies and international organisations specialising in issues covering economic development, focusing on education, private sector development, and youth employment. She has authored numerous reports on the subject matters. 
 
Alanoud has been a board member of a number of organizations, including Vice Chair for the Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Guidance, Tomouh, How Women Work, i2Co School of Transformative Leadership, Qatar-UK Alumni Board – British Council, and Future Foreign Policy in the UK. She is currently a Global Ambassador for Qatar for Women Entrepreneurship Day, Qatar Chair for Global Dignity, and a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community. 
 
A recipient of Honours and Awards including Young Arab Achiever in 2011, and His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani Education Excellence Awards in 2008 and 2012. She graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science and Oxford University and holds an Executive Education from the Qatar Leadership Centre Rising Leaders’ Programme.

Henk Jan Hoogendoorn

Managing Director of Financial Sector Office

Henk Jan Hoogendoorn is the Managing Director, Financial Sector Office at QFC, where he is responsible for delivering on QFC's mission of attracting financial and regulated businesses to Qatar through the QFC platform, in line with the Second Financial Strategy and Qatar National Vision 2030. 

He has extensive experience in international finance, management, and transforming and building businesses in the financial sector. Henk has held senior management roles at ABN AMRO Bank and Deutsche Bank in the Netherlands and the Middle East and has a solid track record of implementing businesses in the financial sector.

Prior to joining QFC, Henk served as Mashreq Qatar's Country CEO and Managing Director of Deutsche Bank, Head Non-Bank Financial Institutions, where he was responsible for insurers, pension funds, fintech, and implementing strategic and business plans across Europe. 

He holds a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and has participated in executive education at the London Business School and INSEAD. Close
Henk Jan Hoogendoorn
Managing Director of Financial Sector Office
Henk Jan Hoogendoorn is the Managing Director, Financial Sector Office at QFC, where he is responsible for delivering on QFC's mission of attracting financial and regulated businesses to Qatar through the QFC platform, in line with the Second Financial Strategy and Qatar National Vision 2030. 

He has extensive experience in international finance, management, and transforming and building businesses in the financial sector. Henk has held senior management roles at ABN AMRO Bank and Deutsche Bank in the Netherlands and the Middle East and has a solid track record of implementing businesses in the financial sector.

Prior to joining QFC, Henk served as Mashreq Qatar's Country CEO and Managing Director of Deutsche Bank, Head Non-Bank Financial Institutions, where he was responsible for insurers, pension funds, fintech, and implementing strategic and business plans across Europe. 

He holds a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and has participated in executive education at the London Business School and INSEAD.

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