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Salah M. Al Hareky appointed as vice president

Salah M. Al Hareky appointed as vice president

Salah M. Al Hareky, the company’s treasurer, was appointed vice president effective April 1, 2022. He has been treasurer since August 2021, and was controller for Aramco from September 2018. Prior to this, in May 2016, Al Hareky had been appointed as an officer of the company serving as treasurer.

Al Hareky joined Aramco in December 1989, where until 2011, he worked primarily within the Internal Auditing and Treasury functions of the company, with assignments in Corporate Finance, Investment Management, and Treasury Services. These assignments included roles as administrator of Corporate Finance and Investment Management Divisions, and manager of the Treasury Services and Treasury Advisory Departments. Al Hareky also led the development of the KAUST endowment. 

He then carried out a number of assignments within Finance organizations before relocating to the U.K. after being selected as managing director of Saudi Petroleum Overseas Ltd. (SPOL) in 2013. 

In addition to his roles within Aramco, Al Hareky has also represented the company on several boards, including Vela International Marine Ltd., the Red Sea Refining Company (now YASREF), Saudi Arabian Industrial Investment Company (Dussar), and Gard P. & I. (Bermuda) Ltd.

He currently serves as the director of the Board for the Aramco Trading Company, and the director of Board for the S-Oil Corporation (S-Oil). Al Hareky is the Shareholder Representative of the Investment Management Company, and a Board member of the Saudi Aramco Development Company (SADCO), and the Wisayah Global Investment Company. He is also a member of the SABIC Board Audit Committee.

Al Hareky holds a B.S. degree in Accounting, and an MBA from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals.

Al Hareky has completed a number of executive leadership programs since joining Aramco, including a special Finance Program at Indiana University, the Harvard General Management Executive Program, and the Economics of Oil Program in London.


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