Maher Mouminah, the executive director representing Saudi Arabia at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has been selected to chair the organization’s key committee on administrative matters (CAM).
CAM supports the IMF’s executive board in overseeing administrative policies related to the executive directors and their offices. Mouminah will be responsible for overseeing efficiency improvements, streamlining administrative policy and dealing with budgetary proposals for the offices of executive directors.
Mouminah has been a member of the IMF executive board since 2018. He advises the minister of finance on G20 issues and ensures alignment of government policy with the global agenda. He supports the office of director capabilities through capacity development, coaching and training to ensure the growth of the next generation of economists and financial experts.
Prior to that, he served as a senior partner at Elixir Management Consulting, part of McKinsey & Company. He was a member of the operating committee responsible for managing Elixir, and leading the internal committee responsible for developing Elixir services and reach.
During his career he has held key management and finance positions including business development manager of Almamouniah Co. Ltd., senior financial analyst at Alkhabeer Capital, and product manager/executive at Modern Electronics Company (Sony). He received an MBA from the London Business School in 2011 and a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering with a minor in business administration from Northeastern University, US, in 2003. Mouminah holds an executive certificate in economic development from the Harvard Kennedy School.
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