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Executive Committee

Mohammed Hariri

(1958) Mohammed Hariri is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Oger Telecom Limited. He also serves as the Chairman of Türk Telekomünikasyon A. Ş, TTNET and Avea İletişim Hizmetleri A.Ş. in Turkey. Hariri is also the Vice Chairman-Finance & Investment- of Saudi Oger Limited and has been a member of the Company’s management for over 30 years. He is the Chairman of Group Med S.A.L. (Holding), Bank Med S.A.L. and its subsidiaries in Beirut and Geneva, Saudi Med Investment Company and Al Mal Investment Holding. He is a board member of Arab Bank plc-Jordan and serves on the Boards of Directors of various companies of the Saudi Oger Group, including 3C Telecommunications (PTY) Ltd in South Africa, Ojer Telekomünikasyon A.Ş. in Turkey, Oger International S.A. and Entreprise de Travaux Internationaux (ETI) in France. Hariri is a member of the Board of Directors of Associations des Banques du Liban. He is a member of the advisory Board of Deutsche Bank PWM Middle East and Africa. Elected as a member of the Board of Directors of Türk Telekom in November 2005, Hariri served as the Chairman of the Audit Committee between June 2008 and April 2009, and has been serving as the Chairman of the Board since April 2008,as the Chairman of the Executive Committee since April 2009 and as a member of Corporate Governance Committee since October 17, 2012.

Abdullah Tivnikli

(1959)After earning his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Istanbul Technical University, Abdullah Tivnikli completed an MBA at the same university. Following an invitation by the public authority involved in participation banking to develop the legal infrastructure for Turkey’s participation banking model in Turkey, he actively took part in the establishment of Albaraka Türk Participation Bank. He has been a member and subsequently the vice chairman of the Board of Directors of Kuveyt Türk Participation Bank since 1989. He is presently executive director of Eksim Group. Tivnikli has been serving as a Board Member of Türk Telekom and member of the Executive Committee. Tivnikli is also a Board Member at Türk Telekom Group companies, TTNET and Avea, and he is the Vice Chairman of the board of directors of Argela, AssisTT, Innova and Sebit.

Rami Aslan

Rami Aslan is the member of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of Türk Telekom. He serves on the Boards of Türk Telekom Group’s broadband communications and mobile companies “TTNET” and “AVEA”. Mr.Aslan serves also as Chairman of the Board of Directors of several technology companies, including Argela, Innova and Sebit; one of the largest call centers in Turkey“AssisTT” as well as international capacity provider Turk Telekom International Group.

After obtaining his Bachelor degree with a major in Management Information Systems from McGill University in Canada and working for a few years in the IT sector in Ontario, Canada.Mr. Aslan pursued his studies and obtained his MBA degree at McGill in 1997 and later joined TD Bank of Canada Corporate Banking Division covering the Information Technology and Telecommunications Sector.He later joined Citigroup where he worked mainly covering the sector out of London, and later Bahrain and Dubai. Mr. Aslan joined the Dubai based Oger Group in 2005.During his nine years with Oger, Mr. Aslan oversaw the share transfer period following the privatization of Türk Telekom in November 2005 and has later taken the helm of the CEO and Executive Board Member of Oger Telecom Ltd. in Dubai.In December 2013, Mr. Aslan took over the Türk Telekom Group CEO role and has started the recent transformation and integration initiatives in the Türk Telekom Group Companies. He resigned from his CEO position as of August 31, 2016.​

Mr. Al Nasser has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and vast experience in the telecommunications sector. Throughout his career, which started in the late 1990’s, Mr. Al Nasser played an active role in STC GSM network expansions across the Kingdom. He then worked during the period between 2003-2007 at Communications and Information Technologies Commission as the General Manager of Technical Standards and Numbering, where he also headed other committees related to market regulation and liberalization. Subsequently, Mr. Al Nasser joined Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) and became the Chief Operations Officer. Since March 2015 Mr. Al Nasser has been working as STC Senior Vice President for Technology and Operation.​

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