EXECUTIVE BOARD

GOVERNANCE

Forum Governance

FREQUENCY

Annual

Location

Alternating between Saudi Arabia and U.S. this year’s Forum will be hosted in New York City.

Executive Board

  • 6 members in the Executive Board with 2 Co-Chairs, 1 from Saudi Arabia and 1 from the U.S.
  • 4 business leaders as trustees to support.
  • One-time nomination process for first Executive Board – Co-Chairs to nominate three trustees to reflect Executive Board's purpose and role.
  • On an ongoing basis, Executive Board members elected by Governance Committee, 2 members elected every 4 years.

Secretariat

  • Presence and operating capabilities in each country to organize Forum 
  • Saudi Center for International Strategic Partnerships to incubate Secretariat for first two cycles 

U.S. COMPANIES

  • Air Products
  • Alcoa
  • Ares Management
  • Baker Hughes
  • Bank of New York Mellon
  • BlackRock, Inc.
  • Boeing
  • Brookfield
  • Cisco
  • Citigroup
  • Dow
  • Emerson
  • ExxonMobil 
  • Fluor 
  • GE 
  • General Atlantic 
  • General Dynamics LS 
  • Halliburton 
  • Hess Corporation 
  • Honeywell 
  • Industry Capital 
  • Jacobs 
  • JPMorgan Chase 
  • KKR & Co. 
  • Lockheed-Martin
  • M. Klein & Company 
  • McDermott
  • MIT
  • Monsanto
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Mosaic
  • Motiva Enterprises Nabors 
  • NASDAQ
  • National Oil Varco (NOV) NYSE
  • Oak Hill Advisors
  • Pegasus Capital 
  • Advisors Raytheon
  • Ripplewood Advisors
  • Rowan
  • Schlumberger
  • Select
  • Medical
  • Senator Investment Group
  • The Blackstone Group L.P. 
  • The Carlyle Group LP
  • The Greenbrier Companies
  • The KeyW
  • Uptake
  • Vista Equity Partners
  • Weatherford
  • Whirlpool

WORKING GROUPS

Role of Public-Private Partnership in Driving Economic Growth

The Road Ahead for Saudi's Emerging Sectors

Ensuring Long-term Financial Security and Stability

Enablers and Reforms to Tackle Future Challenges

OUTCOMES 
Vision 2030 supports growth opportunities around 4 key pillars for a thriving economy
LEVERAGING UNIQUE POSITION
  • Integrating regionally and internationally  
  • Supporting national companies  
  • Capitalizing on advantages of resource base and geography
REWARDING OPPORTUNITIES
  • Boosting productive businesses and small enterprises 
  • Attracting the talent and capability needed 
  • Developing capabilities through partnerships 
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
  • Improving business environment 
  • Establishing special zones 
  • Increasing competitiveness 
INVESTING FOR THE LONG TERM
  • Privatizing government services
  • Maximizing investment capabilities
  • Launching and investing into promising sectors