KKR Saudi Limited (the “Firm”) is a private limited company established under the Regulations for Companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Commercial Registration 1010340484, operating under a license from the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority No. 102832119956 and an Arranging License from the Capital Market Authority No. 11154-10 issued on 26 / 06 / 2011 and received a letter to start Practicing on May 11 2013.
The direct controllers of the Firm are KKR Mena Holdings LLC, a limited liability company established under the laws of Delaware and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. L.P., a limited liability partnership established under the laws of Delaware.
Under its Arranging License, the Firm performs arranging services by introducing parties in relation to securities business to bring about a deal in a security. Specifically,
The Firm has paid up capital in the amount of SAR 2,000,000.
KKR Saudi Limited
Faisaliah Tower, Floor 18
P.O. Box 54995
Phone: +966 11 490-3767
Fax: +966 11 490-3768
Christopher Johnson, Chairman, Board of Directors
Christopher Johnson was appointed Non-executive Chairman of the Board by Partners Resolution dated July 8, 2015. Mr. Johnson has been the Managing Attorney at the Al Sharif Law Firm since December 2010 and is responsible aspects of client services in the areas of corporate, litigation, intellectual property, and labor law. Previously, Mr. Johnson served for three years as President of the humanitarian airline AirServ, responsible for programs in some 20 third world countries and for ten years as Chairman of the Vint Hill Economic Development Authority responsible for the redevelopment of a former U.S. Army Base in Northern Virginia.
Mr. Johnson has a BA from Princeton University and Juris Doctorate from New York University. He is licensed to practice in the New York Bar and District of Columbia Bar.
Jean Pierre Saad, Board Director
Jean-Pierre Saad joined KKR in 2008 and is focused on Technology, Media and Telecom investments in EMEA. He has been involved in KKR’s investments in SoftwareONE, SBB/Telemach (United Group), NXP Semiconductors, Acteon and Legrand. Mr. Saad is also responsible for Middle East and North Africa investment efforts. Prior to joining KKR, he worked in the telecoms and media team of Lehman Brothers in London where he advised KKR on a number of investments including SBS Broadcasting.
Mr. Saad holds a Grande Ecole degree from HEC Paris as well as an Engineering degree with high distinction in Computer and Communications from the American University of Beirut.
Mohamed Attar - Board Member, CEO and Head of Arranging
Mohamed Attar, Director, joined KKR from Blackrock where he was part of the BlackRock Family Offices and Foundations business in EMEA, responsible for managing the firm's existing relationships with Family Offices in the Middle East as well as developing new ones. Prior to that, he worked at Waha Capital in Abu Dhabi, a publicly-listed investment firm. where he launched Waha's fundraising platform for Capital Markets, focusing on regional investors (Institutions, Family Offices, and Insurance & Investment companies). He worked at Morgan Stanley Investment Management before Waha Capital, where he developed their client network and was responsible for distributing investment management products across all asset classes to regional institutional and family office clients. Mohamed started his career at Barclays Capital, London, dealing in Fixed Income products to Middle Eastern Financial Institutions.
Mohamed holds a Master of Science in Project Management from George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts & Science, with a double major in Finance & International Business from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business in Washington DC.
All complaints must be in writing to the Compliance Officer at email@example.com who will notify the customer that the complaint has been received and the Firm’s procedures for reviewing the complaint.
The Firm will endeavor to resolve complaints within 60 days of receipt. Within 30 days of receiving a complaint, the customer will be sent either: (i) a final response letter, explaining how the Firm intends to resolve the complaint; or (ii) a holding response letter, advising that the matter is still under investigation.
If the complaint is not resolved within 30 days of receipt, then within 60 days of receiving the complaint, the customer will be sent either: (i) a final response letter; or (ii) a further holding response letter, explaining why the matter is still under review with an anticipated timeframe for resolution.
Upon conclusion of the complaint, the Firm will promptly: (i) advise the complainant in writing of the resolution of the complaint; (ii) provide the complainant with clear terms of redress, if applicable; and (iii) comply with the terms of redress if accepted by the complainant.