Saudi Arabia's STCPay reveals new board of directors

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STCPay, a specialist in digital financial services, has announced the appointment of a new board of directors.

The new board of directors will be headed by Khalid Bin Sulaiman Al Jasser, supported by six experts in banking services and information technology.

Al Jasser has more than 30 years of experience in the banking field, during which he was the CEO and a board member of AlBilad Bank, vice president of human resources at Riyad Bank, and more. In addition, he was a member of the board of directors of Qassim & Al-Jasser Cement Company. He holds a bachelor's degree in financial management from King Saud University.

The new board of directors of STCPay includes the CEO and board member of startup eco-system and former CEO of Beam Payments, Alejandro Carbon. Also on the board is Abdullah Al-Abdaljabbar, one of the founding partners of Marco Strategic Consulting amd a member of the board of directors of Saudi Gas, a member of the board of directors of Saudi Cargo, and a member of the board of directors at NCB Capital. There is also the former CEO of Viva Bahrain and the senior vice president of STC Group, Eng. Ulaiyan Al-Wetaid, and the vice president for strategy and executive affairs and former president of CISCO Systems in Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Al Abbadi. Jeremy Sell and Ali Al-Harbi are also on the new STCPay board.

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