Sheikh Ibrahim Alfadul
Chairman of the Grande River Group (GRG)
Sheikh Ibrahim Alfadul has spent most of his career in building a better Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ibrahim served as an officer for Royal Court under His Majesty, King Fahd. He also served as private secretary of HRH Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Fahd, son of the King, in the late 90s. As manger and private secretary to the king’s son, he was responsible for managing and running HRH Prince Abdul Aziz accounts, legal contracts and negotiations.
He was responsible for managing the private affairs of his majesty’s son and he represented his majesty in private meetings with foreign Heads of States and at international investments events. Also, he oversaw the operations of more than 40 royal aircrafts and he was in charge of dealing with one of the largest investment banks in Europe. Since 2009, Ibrahim, in his capacity as a highly experienced ex-cabinet minister, has been a valuable adviser to several government ministries and the Royal Palace.
Prior to his role in the Saudi government, Ibrahim worked as a banker and business man. He started his career as an entrepreneur in the real estate business in Boston, USA and worked for Riyadh Bank in the late 80s and the early 90s, respectively. He also worked in Rolaco Company, one of the largest importers of grains, as a manager. In addition, he was a manager at the head office of Yanbu cement factory in Jeddah
Ibrahim graduated in Business Management and Finance from Suffolk University and holds a post-graduate qualification in Business.
He is the founding Chairman of Grande River Group (GRG). He is responsible for advising on major decisions facing GRG and evaluating GRG’s strategies and performance.