H.E. Faisal F. Alibrahim is the Minister of Economy & Planning in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
H.E. holds additional positions, including Director of the Secretariat, member of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs (CEDA), Director of the Secretariat, and member of the Covid Response Committee.
H.E. Alibrahim is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Authority of Statistics and a member of several governmental committees and boards of prominent entities such as the National Development Fund, the Royal Commission for Riyadh City, the National Transformation Program, the Local Content and Government Procurement Authority, the National Center for Performance Management, and the Cultural Development Fund.
H.E. served as Chairman of the Executive Committee and member of the Supervisory Committee for the Kingdom’s participation in EXPO 2020 Dubai which has received multiple accolades such as the Best Pavilion Award from Exhibitor Magazine and multiple Guinness World Records. H.E. is also a member of the Expo Participation Committee which is overseeing the Kingdom’s participation in Expo 2025 Osaka among others.
Prior to his current role, H.E. Alibrahim served as Vice Minister of Economy and Planning. He previously held key positions at Saudi Aramco, including Head of mergers and acquisitions, Vice President of Aramco Development Company, Project Manager of King Salman International Complex for Maritime Services and Industries and Project Manager for the Vela-Bahri merger, one of the largest in Saudi at the time.
H.E. is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and member of the UCLA Health International Advisory Board.
H.E. Alibrahim holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a Bachelor’s degree in economics, a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, and a Minor in Management Information Systems from the Pennsylvania State University.