A key person responsible for providing wastewater services in the GCC
Loay Ahmad Saad al-Musallam
Company: National Water Company
Position: Executive chairman and chief executive officer
Biography: Loay Ahmad Saad al-Musallam was appointed CEO of National Water Company after it was set up in 2008. The firm is owned by the Saudi government.
Previously, Al-Musallam served as deputy minister for planning and development in the Water & Electricity Ministry. In this role, Al-Musallam led the privatisation and restructuring programme of Saudi Arabia’s water and wastewater sector, and played a key role in setting up National Water Company.
Al-Musallam is a member of the board of directors of Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority.
After graduating in 1989 from Muhammad bin Saud University in Riyadh, he joined state-owned Saline Water Conversion Corporation, where he held a number of senior posts. He has a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Leicester in the UK.
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