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Saudi Airlines Catering is honored at Corporate Governance conference

Posted 2 May 2018 · Add Comment

Saudi Airlines Catering Company has received a prestigious award at the annual Corporate Governance Conference, organised by the Corporate Governance Center at Alfaisal University - College of Business, in collaboration with the Capital Markets Authority, the Saudi Arabia General Investment Authority, and the Ministry of Commerce and Investment.

 

Saudi Airlines Catering Company was ranked second amongst the top five best companies in the Kingdom that scored highest according to the Corporate Governance Index (CGI) in which 171 listed companies in the Saudi Stock Exchange participated. This recognition culminates the company's best practice standards in corporate governance. 

Wajdy M. Al-Ghabban, CEO at Saudi Airlines Catering Company, received the award during the 2nd Annual Corporate Governance Conference.

Al-Ghabban said: “We are extremely pleased to receive this prestigious award. Saudi Airlines Catering went above and beyond to yield exceptional and consistent performance in Corporate Governance, which greatly benefited our company and contributed to our growth and diversification allowing us to keep up with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030.” 

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