Faisal JaduInternational Executive Assignee - Human Resources at SABB
Faisal Jadu was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He attended King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) of Saudi Arabia where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems (MIS). Faisal began his career joining one of the international Saudi Banks in their Future Managers Programme and then joining the Human Resources function where he held several roles including Organisational Development and Heading the Recruitment and Compensation and Benefits functions. In 2011, he moved to join Saudi British Bank (SABB) where he took on a couple of Leadership roles before assuming his last role as Chief Human Resources Officer. Faisal is now pursuing his career development journey and has been seconded to HSBC in an international assignment.
Faisal has more than 15 years of professional experience in the Human Resources field in the Saudi Market. Faisal's experience is focused in the Financial Sector and specialises in Strategic Management and Planning, Change Management, Performance and Reward Management, HR Analytics, Policies & Procedures, and Organisational Effectiveness. Faisal is a member of HSBC's Human Resources Leadership Team for MENA, HSBC which has given him the international exposure and the wider perspective of the HR global best practices. He is also a non-board member in a few Nomination and Remuneration Committees (NRC) in Saudi Companies including HSBC SA, Saudi Customs, Saudi Export Import Bank, SABB Takaful, and Local Content and Government Procurement Authority.
Faisal is a key member in building the successful People Strategy for SABB which led the bank to wining several awards as the best employer and is part of the team who is leading the "Best Bank to Work for" proposition of SABB. Faisal Has also led the People and Culture streams during the Historical merger between SABB and Alawwal Bank as he played an instrumental role in the recent merger, including the introduction of the new bank Values and Culture, harmonising benefits and reward, and delivering HR systems integration.