Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Public Investment Fund (PIF), has announced the outcome of its Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting held on Monday 28 Ramadan 1442 AH, corresponding to 10 May 2021, in the presence of SAMI’s Board representative and Vice-Chairman H.E. Dr. Ghassan Al-Shibl and PIF representative Mr. Omar Abalkhail.
Having completed the legal quorum in accordance with Article 30 of the company’s Articles of Association and having reviewed the assembly’s agenda, based on the results of the vote, the assembly approved all items put up to a vote. This included the amendment of Article 12 of its Articles of Association, increasing the number of board members from nine to ten, and agreeing to restructure the company’s board of directors. This will be effective for a three-year term as of the date of the Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting.
The following is SAMI’s restructured board of directors:
- H.E. Mr. Ahmed bin Aqeel Al-Khateeb, Chairman
- H.E. Mr. Bandar bin Ibrahim Alkhorayef, Board Member
- H.E. Gen. Abdulrahman bin Saleh Albunayyan, Board Member
- H.E. Dr. Khaled bin Hussain Albiyari, Board Member
- H.E. Dr. Ghassan bin Abdulrahman AlShibl, Vice-Chairman
- H.E. Dr. Ghassan bin Ahmed Alsulaiman, Board Member
- Eng. Mosaed bin Sulaiman Al-Ohali, Board Member
- Mr. Mazen bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir, Board Member
- Mr. Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman Al-Sowailim, Board Member
- Mr. Yasir bin Abdullah Al-Salman, Board Member
On this occasion, H.E. Mr. Ahmed bin Aqeel Al-Khateeb, Chairman of SAMI, said: “We congratulate the company for restructuring its board, and we welcome its new members in their roles, to whom we wish every success. We also thank the former board members for their hard work and efforts during a period of significant accomplishments. We would like to renew our commitment to all our customers and stakeholders that we will continue our journey of achievements and that the board will make every effort to ensure the company’s success in supporting the localization of more than 50% of Saudi Arabia’s military spending by 2030.”