H.E. Eng. Sultan Al Mansouri
Minister of Economy, UAE
H.E. Eng. Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy of United Arab Emirates. His Excellency Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri has been appointed as Minister of Economy in the UAE, effective on 17th February, 2008. Heholds a Bachelor’s degree (B. Sc.) in Industrial Engineering & Management Systems from Arizona State University – USA. He also has a Diploma in Computer System Analysis from the Institute of Computer Technology, Los Angeles, California – USA. In addition to his position as Minister of Economy, His Excellency Sultan holds the positions below :
- Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Consumer Protection
- Chairman of the Coordinating and Economic Cooperation Committee
- Chairman of the National Committee for the Follow-up Program of Investment Climate
- Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Securities and Commodities Authority
- Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Emirates Standards and Metrology Authority
- Chairman of the insurance Authority
- Chairman of the Federal Civil Aviation Authority
- Member of the Ministerial Committee for Legislation
- Member of the National Committee on Population Composition
- Member of the Committee of Finance and Economy
In his previous career, Mr. Al Mansouri held the following positions:
- Senior Airport Coordinator, then Vice President Operations at Dubai Civil Aviation Authority during the period of 1988 – 1991
- Director – Dubai Cargo Village during the period of 1991 – 1996
- Deputy Director General – Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry during the period of 1996 – 1998
- Group Managing Director of Saeed & Mohamed Al Naboodah Group during the period of 1998 – 2004
- Vice President of Dubai Islamic Bank during the period of 1999-2008
- Chairman of Aman (Dubai Islamic Insurance Company) during the period of 2002-2008
- Minister of Transport and Communications during the period of 2004 – 2006
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