Board of Commissioners

Board of Commissioners

 

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Fatma Abdulla Al-Suwaidi

President Commissioner

Qatari citizen. Domiciled in Doha, Qatar.

Ms. Fatma Abdulla Al-Suwaidi joined QNB in 2000 and, with over 20 years experience in banking, she currently serves as its Group Chief Risk Officer, having previously been Head of Credit Administration (2012-2013) and Assistant General Manager - Group Credit (2013-2018). In addition, Ms. Al-Suwaidi is currently a Board Member and a member of the Credit Committee of QNB Finansbank, Turkey, and a Board Member of QNB Tunisia.   

Ms. Fatma Abdulla Al-Suwaidi has a BSc in Accounting,  a Master's Degree in Business Administration (Qatar University) and MSc in Risk Management (University of New York), and a Juris Doctor Degree (Hamad Bin Khalifa University). She holds a particular interest in banking innovation and is in the advanced stages of completing a Doctorate in Business Administration from Grenoble University, France, on the subject of "Innovation in Banking and Financial Market", focusing on crypto currencies. 

Fatma Abdulla Al-Suwaidi has no affiliate relationship with other members of the BoC nor members of the BoD. However, she is affiliated with the main controlling shareholder of the Bank, namely Qatar National Bank (Q.P.S.C.).

 

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Khalid Ahmed KH A Al-Sada

Commissioner

Qatari citizen. Domiciled in Doha, Qatar.

Mr. Khalid earned his Diploma in Banking Operations from Institute of Administrative Development, Qatar (2004), and High Performance Board Programme from IMD (2016). 

He was appointed as Commissioner of the Bank based on the Resolution of Annual GMS dated 26 June 2019, and was declared effective by OJK on 11 October 2019. Aside from serving as Commissioner of the Bank, he was also concurrently appointed as member of the Bank’s Risk Oversight Committee, with his service period ending in 2021. 

He began his career within the Retail Division in Qatar Islamic Bank (1997–2004). Since then, he has held numerous key positions in Qatar National Bank (Q.P.S.C.) (2004–present) with his most recent position as General Manager – International Business Division.

Khalid Ahmed KH A Al-Sada has no affiliate relationship with other members of the BoC nor members of the BoD. However, he is affiliated with the main controlling shareholder of the Bank, namely Qatar National Bank (Q.P.S.C.).

 

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Stephen Robert James Holden

Commissioner

British citizen. Domiciled in Singapore.

He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Science (Economics) from the London School of Economics (1983). 

Based on the Resolution of Extraordinary GMS dated 10 July 2017, he was appointed as Commissioner of the Bank, and was declared effective by OJK on 6 December 2017. Aside from serving as Commissioner of the Bank, he is also member of the Bank’s Remuneration and Nomination Committee, with his service period ending in 2021.

He has held numerous key positions throughout his career such as in Barclays Bank Plc in the UK, New Zealand, and Zimbabwe (1983–1992), Assistant to Chairman and Chief Executive in London (1992–1994), and as Investment Banking Director in Barclays Bank Group, BZW Asia Limited, Hong Kong (1994–1998). Subsequently, he served at Commonwealth Bank in Hong Kong and Australia (1998–2011). He then became EVP–Head of International Business in First Gulf Bank, UAE (2011–2013) and Country Head of Mashreq Bank in Kuwait (2014–2015). Currently, he also serves as General Manager–Singapore at Qatar National Bank (Q.P.S.C.) (2015–present).

Stephen Robert James Holden has no affiliate relationship with other members of the BoC nor members of the BoD. However, he is affiliated with the main controlling shareholder of the Bank, namely Qatar National Bank (Q.P.S.C.).

 

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Djoko Sarwono

Independent Commissioner

Indonesian citizen. Domiciled in Jakarta, Indonesia.

He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Law from Trisakti University (1975), Master in Public Administration (MPA) from University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA (1985), and Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration (DPA) from University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, USA (1989). 

Based on the Resolution of Extraordinary GMS dated 9 October 2015, he was appointed as Independent Commissioner of the Bank, and was declared effective by OJK on 11 November 2015. He serves as Independent Commissioner of the Bank and as Chairman of the Bank’s Audit Committee, with effective service period from 2018 to 2021.

His numerous positions throughout his career include as Executive Director of Banking Policy and Regulation of Bank Indonesia (1999–2001), Chief Office of Bank Indonesia–Bandung Region (2001–2003), President Director of Indover Bank, Amsterdam, while concurrently serving as Chairman of the BoD of Indover Bank, Hong Kong (2003–2006), and Assistant to Governor of Bank Indonesia (2006–2009). In 2010, he joined the Indonesian Banking Development Institute (LPPI) as Board Advisor and as Senior Faculty (2015). From 2011 to 2014, he was President Commissioner of Pefindo Rating Agency, then became President Commissioner of PT NISP Asset Management (2013–2014), Vice President Commissioner of PT Aberdeen Asset Management (2014–2015), Commissioner of Pefindo Research and Consulting (2014–2015), and President Commissioner of Pefindo Credit Bureau (2014–2017).

Djoko Sarwono has no affiliate relationship with other members of the BoC, members of the BoD, nor the main controlling shareholder of the Bank.

 

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Suroto Moehadji

Independent Commissioner

Indonesian citizen. Domiciled in Jakarta, Indonesia.

He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Jember University, East Java (1979) and his Master of Business Administration from Tulane University, New Orleans, USA (1988).

In 2010 he was appointed as President Commissioner of the Bank and was declared effective by Bank Indonesia on 7 June 2010. He was appointed as Independent Commissioner of the Bank based on the Resolution of Annual GMS dated 24 June 2011. As an Independent Commissioner, he was assigned as Chairman of the Bank’s Remuneration & Nomination Committee, with effective service period from 2018 to 2021.

His career in banking began at PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk from 1979 until his retirement in 2008. He also served as Director at PT BNI Nomura Jafco (1991–1994), Commissioner of PT Bank Finconesia (2001–2002), Vice Rector of Pancasila University (2008–2012), and Extraordinary Lecturer at Pancasila University (2008–2015).

Suroto Moehadji has no affiliate relationship with other members of the BoC, members of the BoD, nor the main controlling shareholder of the Bank.

 

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Muhammad Anas Malla

Independent Commissioner

Indonesian citizen. Domiciled in Jakarta, Indonesia.

He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Law from Trisakti University, Jakarta (1989) and his Master of Laws from Tulane University, New Orleans, USA (1998). 

Based on the Resolution of the Extraordinary GMS dated 16 September 2011, he was first appointed as Independent Commissioner of the Bank, and was declared effective by Bank Indonesia on 24 November 2011. As Independent Commissioner, he was assigned as Chairman of Risk Oversight Committee in the Bank with effective service period from 2018 to 2021.

His career in banking began at PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. From 2012 to 2013, he served as Commissioner of PT Swadarma Sarana Informatika. Aside from serving as Independent Commissioner of the Bank, he is concurrently serving as President Commissioner in PT Swadarma Sarana Informatika, from 2013 to the present.

Muhammad Anas Malla has no affiliate relationship with other members of the BoC, members of the BoD, nor the main controlling shareholder of the Bank.