King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

Department of Finance & Economics





Finance and Banking, Marketing Financial Services, Training & human resources development.


1.         Academic Experience

A.        October 1992 – Present:          Assistant Professor of Finance

                                                            King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

                                                            College of Industrial Management

                                                            Department of Finance & Economics

                                                            Dhahran 31261, Saudi Arabia

Service Activities:                     Participated in department’s, College’s and University’s various activities and committees such as: Text book; Research & seminars; masters in finance program; faculty teaching load; review regulations on excellence in teaching, advising & research awards, and recently in several committees working on satisfying the requirements needed to achieve AACSB Accreditation.

                                                Also, I am active in inviting guest speakers from the Industry to deliver lectures in the college and arrange student visits to the local Banks.

Executive Development

Programs:                                 Coordinated and participated in several executive development short courses designed to meet the training needs of the middle and upper management in the private sector.

B.         January 1984-August 1985       Assistant professor of Finance

                                                            King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

                                                            College of Industrial Management

                                                            Department of Finance & Economics

                                                            Dhahran 31261, Saudi Arabia

KFUPM is the leading academic institution in the Middle East, the college of Industrial Management (CIM) is fully accredited by the association to advance collegiate schools of   business (AACSB). Language of instruction is the English Language. It’s used fully in all activities (lectures, projects, presentations, reports...). Teaching requirements are comparable to those of American business schools (Courses, Text Books,…)


A.        October 1985-Sept 1992         Head, Training & Development Section

                                                            The National Commercial Bank

                                                            Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

NCB is the largest Commercial Bank in the Middle East. (Private Sector).


v     Prepare operational technical courses/workshops for delivery at the Bank’s Training Centers in Jeddah, Riyadh and Dammam. Topics included: Feasibility studies; credit review; credit analysis; capital budgeting; portfolio management; investment analysis; mutual funds; Bank branch operations; marketing financial services, selling financial services (cross selling, customer service conducting business visits…)

v     Revise and update already existing courses as to the current system developments.

v     Follow-up the feedback received from the training centers on:

- The Course objectives.

- Course Duration

- Course contents

v     Prepare the training periodical plan and the encountered budget.

Major Achievements                

v     When I joined NCB, the Bank had one training center with one instructor training only 200 participants per year, over seven years I succeeded in increasing the training units to 3 and the number of instructors to 14, training 4500 participants per year.

v     I participated with other departments in the following projects

-     Develop and implement a “customer service” awareness campaign by designing brochures, leaflets, performance evaluation and conducting seminars to the bank employees in all branches and divisions.

-     Review and redesign the forms used in the credit department.

-     Develop plans to introduce new investment products (mutual funds, portfolio management…) and prepare brochures for the various investment products outlining the risk-return relationship and the characteristics of every product (short term dollar fund, multi currency short term fund, real-estate funds, equity funds..)

B.         June 1975-June 1977               Accountant

                                                            The Central Bank of Lebanon


The Department of Finance and Economics nominated me for the college’s excellence in teaching award several times.