Daily Management Review

New C.E.O To Lead FAB’s London Operation


06/06/2018


Amid the crucial moment when Brexit negotiations are being carried out, the First Abu Dhabi Bank’s new chief executive of U.K. comes with promising experiences.



New C.E.O To Lead FAB’s London Operation
The FAB or First Abu Dhabi Bank, being the largest bank in the UAE, has a new chief executive officer for leading its U.K operations.
 
The above mentioned post has been bagged by Paul Hartwell, who will be carrying out the London office work of Abu Dhabi-based bank, whereby maintain the firm’s presence in the London which dates back to 1977. FAB carries out its European activities through its London regional hub and the Hartwell’s appointment at its C.E.O post times with the crucial Brexit negotiations.
 
Hartwell has a heap of knowledge of the banking sector along with thirty years of “corporate banking” experience which include operations and risk related aspects. In his recent posts, Hartwell held the C.E.O’s position at the “British Arab Commercial Bank” and even before that he has worked as the chief executive of “Mitsubishi UFJ Securities” as well as the “chief risk officer and chief operating officer” of “Standard Bank, Barclays and West LB”.
 
The C.E.O of FAB Group, Abdulhamid Saeed stated:
“We are very pleased to welcome Paul to our team”.
“With his vast experience in the banking sector, and in the areas which our UK operations particularly focus on, we believe that he will play a key role in driving our operations and in growing our business.”
 
 
 
References:
arabianbusiness.com







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