Ali Majed Al Mansoori
Chairman, Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development
H.E. Ali Majed Al Mansoori is a member of the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi and the Executive Director at the office of the Vice Chairman at the Executive Council. He plays an active role in developing fiscal policies and formulating strategic plans of the office. He is also the Chairman of the Department of Economic Development, the Chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports Company, member of the Audit Committee at Abu Dhabi Investment Council, Board member of Al Hilal Bank, Board Member at Al Dar – Sorouh Company, as well as Board Member at Abu Dhabi Global Market.
H.E. Ali Al Mansoori has previously held several high level positions including the Director of External Equities Europe at the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Deputy Director at External Funds-America. He has worked in several key sectors and industries, including Aviation, Automobiles and Energy.
He holds a Bachelor degree in Finance from Warner Pacific University USA, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). He also successfully completed several seminars at Harvard Business School.
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