Most powerful Saudis 2012: 51 - 100

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51. Abudlaziz Al Humaidhi, chairman, Al Humaidhi Group, Retail

52. Mohammed Abdo, singer, Arts & Entertainment

53. Mansour Al Ojjeh – CEO, TAG Holding, Transport

54. Nabil Al Hoshan, CEO, Bank Al Jazira, Banking & Finance

55. Khaled Al Jasser, CEO, Bank Al Bilad, Banking & Finance

56. Abdul Rahman Al Rashed, chairman, Eastern Province Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Culture & Society

57. Abdullah Al Sadhan, actor, Arts & Entertainment

58. Khalid Habib, general manager, Saudi Lighting, Industry 

59. Nasser Al Wasabi, actor, Arts & Entertainment

60. Abdul Aziz Al Tuwaijri, director general, Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (ISESCO), Culture & Society

61. Abdul Mohsen Al Faris, CEO, Alinma Bank, Banking & Finance

62. Suleiman Muhaidib, chairman, Savola Group, Consumer Products

63. Mohammed Abunayyan, chairman, ACWA Power Barka, Industry

64. Abdul Mohsen Al Hokair, founder and chairman Al Hokair Group, Retail

65. Saleh Al Jumaih, chairman, Al Jumaih group, Retail

66. Abdul Aziz Al Ajlan, chairman, Ajlan & Sons Group, Retail 

67. Abdul Aziz Al Sughayer, chairman, Mobily, Telecoms

68. Ahmad Sulaiman Al Rajhi, CEO, Al Arrab Contracting, Construction & Industry

69. Abdul Rahman Al Faqih, managing director, Makkah Construction Company, Construction & Industry

70. Khaled Musaed Al Seif, chairman, El Seif Engineering Contracting Company, Construction & Industry  

71. Hussain Al Khudairi, managing director, Al Latifia Trading, Construction & Industry

72. Bandar Wallan, general manager, Wallan Trading, Retail 

73. Ghassan Al Nemer, chairman, Ghassan Holding

74. Fawaz Al Hokair – chairman, Fawaz Al Hokair Group, Retail

75. Khaled bin Abdulaziz Al Ghuniem, CEO, STC, Telecoms

76. Mohammed Al Hammadi, CEO, Hammadi Hospital, Healthcare

77. Tariq Al Fayez, CEO, Elite Insurance, Insurance

78. Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, former executive director, UN Populations Fund (UNFPA)

79. Rajaa al Sanea, writer, Culture & Society

80. Basma Mosleh Omair, executive director, Khadija Bint Khowilid Center, Culture & Society

81. Fayez Al Maliki, actor, Arts & Entertainment

82. Mohammad  Al Aqeel, CEO, Bravo, Telecoms

83 Dawood Al Shirian, TV presenter, Media

84. Talal Al Qudaibi, CEO, Riyad Bank, Banking & Finance

85. Abdullah Al Dawish, vice president, Arabian Oud, Retail

86. Abdulkarim Al Agil, CEO, Jarir Bookstore, Retail

87. Rakan Al Hoshan, CEO, Hoshan Company, Industry

88 Sulaiman Al Hamdan, CEO, NAS Group, Transport

89. Abdulrahman Al Yamani, chairman, Al Yamani Group, Retail

90. Ibrahim Al Juffali, chairman, E A Juffali & Brothers, Retail & Industry

91. Badr Al Saedan, general manager, Al Saedan Real Estate, Property

92. Abdul Rahman Al Jeraisy, chairman of Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry

93. Sheikh Mohammed Arifi, preacher, Culture & Society 

94 Ehab Dabbagh - general manager, personal banking, Saudi Hollandi Bank, Banking & Finance

95. Abdul Rahman Al Tuwaijri, chairman, Capital Markets Authority, Banking & Finance

96. Sheikh Awad Al Qarni, preacher, Culture & Society

97. Tal Hisham Nazer, executive director, BUPA Insurance, Insurance

98. Ali Abdulrahman Al Subaihin, chairman, Tawuniya, Insurance

99. Ibrahim Shaker, chairman, Ibrahim Shaker Group, Retail

100. Zaki Farsi, owner, Zaki Farsi Group, Construction & Industry

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