Her Excellency Nadia Al Saeed was appointed CEO of Bank Al Etihad in 2008 after
a successful role as Strategy Advisor at McKinsey & Company to develop a new
growth strategy for the bank.
Prior to Bank Al Etihad, H.E. had a distinguished career in the banking sector,
assuming numerous roles, last of which was Head of Corporate Banking. Her
Excellency also led the successful launch of Bank Al Etihad’s Women’s Market
Program in 2014 under the name of ‘Shorouq’.
Previously, she served as Jordan’s Minister of Information and Communications
Technology ICT and the Ministry’s Secretary General from 2003-2006, greatly
contributing to the development of the ICT sector in the country.
H.E. has several accolades to her credit including ‘the Most Powerful Arab
Businesswomen’ (2014-2018) by Forbes Middle East and the ‘Best Woman in the
Corporate Sector in MENA’ by The AmCham MENA Regional Council. She was also
voted as one of the ‘Most Powerful Women’ in Jordan by Jordan Business Magazine
She holds an MBA degree from the American University of Cairo and a BA degree in
Business Management and Economics.