Top Most Powerful Arabs in Oman 2023

  • Publish date: Thursday، 04 May 2023
Top Most Powerful Arabs in Oman 2023
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A list of the "100 Most Powerful Arabs 2023" published by Gulf Business features Arabs from all across the Arab world who have made significant advancements in a variety of fields, including business, sports, and entertainment.

Oman has a few businessmen who have made it to the list for making contributions to the development of the Arab World.

Listed below are the Most Powerful Arabs in Oman as of 2023:

1. Mohammed bin Mahfoodh Alardhi

Executive chairman, Investcorp

Country of Origin: Oman

Country of Residence: Oman

Ranking: 49th

As of February 2023, Investcorp has expanded significantly, opening 14 offices throughout the US, Europe, the GCC, and Asia. The business in 2023 began under Alardhi's leadership by announcing goals to invest $1 billion in the GCC real estate industry over the next five years. The investment management company paid out $1.2 billion to GCC investors in 2022, and under Alardhi's leadership, it increased its assets under management (AUM) to $50 billion. In addition to being the chairman of the boards of the Sohar International Bank and the Muscat Stock Exchange, Alardhi, a former chief of the Oman Air Force, is the author of three books.

2. Amal Suhail Bahwan

Vice chairperson, Suhail Bahwan Group

Country of Origin: Oman

Country of Residence: Oman

Ranking: 71st

Since 2016, Bahwan has been a board member of the Suhail Bahwan Group and is now the vice chairman of the organization. She has had extensive knowledge of leading businesses across the Bahwan Group since 1998. Bahwan also serves as the chairperson of the National Bank of Oman and is a board member at National Pharmaceutical Industries and Oman Oil Marketing in addition to holding leadership positions at Al Jazeera Steel Products and the Oman International Hospital.

3. Mazin Rashid Lamki

CEO, Energy Development Oman

Country of Origin: Oman

Country of Residence: Oman

Ranking: 75th

Lamki initiated a number of strategic strategies to raise the Sultanate's credit rating and draw investment to its energy industry soon after taking over as CEO of Energy Development Oman (EDO). Lamki joined EDO with more than 20 years of expertise in the oil and gas sector. EDO was founded in 2020 to be a key player in Oman's transition to renewable energy sources and to promote economic diversification.