Secretary-General
Organization for Certified Public Accountants, Saudi Arabia

Qualifications:
– Ph.D. in Business Administration in Accounting, 1997, Mississippi State University, USA.
– Master of Business Administration, Majoring in Accounting, University of Bridgeport, 1989, USA
– • Bachelor of Administrative Sciences, majoring in Accounting, King Saud University
– Professional Qualification: Fellowship of the Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants, 1999
– Current position: CEO of the Saudi Organization for Auditors and Accountants in 2006 until now

Job titles:
– Deputy Secretary General of the Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants from 2001-2006 AD
– Assistant Professor of Accounting Department at King Saud University from 1997 to 2001
– Lecturer – King Saud University. From 1989 AD to 1996 AD
– Current position: CEO of the Saudi Organization for Auditors and Accountants in 2006 until now

Administrative positions and committees in which he participates:
– Member of the Technical Committee at the Ministry of Finance for the project of transforming government agencies to the accrual basis of accounting
– Member of the Real Estate Contributions Committee
– Member of several audit committees in joint stock companies

Previous positions:
– Member of the Board of Trustees of the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions
– Vice-Chairman of the Committee professional accountant organization Developing committee of the IFAC
– Member of the Board of Trustees of the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions
– Vice-Chairman of the Committee professional accountant organization Developing committee of the IFAC.
– Member of the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and Evaluation, Ministry of Higher Education.
– Chairman of the Management Committee of the Saudi Accounting Association
– Member of the Standing Committee for the phenomenon of investing money
– Member of the Graduate Studies Committee, King Saud University

Research and scientific studies:
– Factors affecting passing the fellowship of the Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants. The Great Scientific Symposium at King Saud University.
– The concept of independence of references, a regional study that includes Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Accounting, Management and Insurance, Faculty of Commerce – Cairo University
– Internal control, a seminar on ways to enhance cooperation to achieve the objectives of the comprehensive audit, and performance control
– The role of the chartered accountant and audit committees in controlling companies. Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry symposium for young businessmen, Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry
– International transformation of accounting standards through the regional approach, Dubai Accounting Conference.

Membership of professional and scientific bodies, organizations and associations:
• A full member of the Saudi Organization for Charted and professional Accountants.
• Member of the Saudi Accounting Association

Awards:
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales Award for Best Contribution to the Development of the Profession Regionally 2016