Sulaiman Hamad Al Gosaibi

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Sulaiman Hamad Al Gosaibi was Chairman of the Board of the Ahmad Hamad Al Gosaibi & Brothers Group of Companies based in Alkhobar, Saudi Arabia until his death in February 2009.[1]

Inheriting a small but growing trading company from their father, Sulaiman was the youngest of three brothers who built a diversified business group with interests across the commercial spectrum, keeping pace with the Kingdom's petroleum fueled growth. Sulaiman was, until his death, the sole surviving brother and patriarch of the family conglomerate that was once considered among Saudi Arabia's most formidable merchant empires. He was its largest shareholder though management of the Group has been primarily delegated to the hands of his nephews, Yousef Ahmad Al Gosaibi (Group President) and Saud Abdul Aziz Al Gosaibi (Group Managing Director). His son, Dawood Sulaiman Al Gosaibi, is also active in family investments.

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  1. ^ Coker, Margaret (2009-10-22). "A Saudi Family Feud Roils World Banks - WSJ.com". Online.wsj.com. Retrieved 2012-10-14. 

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