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Topics: Risk, Risk management, Operational risk Pages: 3 (843 words) Published: November 3, 2014

5394325-153670Tareq al-Dawoud
Mobile GCC: (+966) 509 01 84 26
Mobile Jordan: (+962) 799 55 88 20
Tareq.aldawoud@gmail.com
Objective

Providing a “World Class” Professional Service That Makes A Difference

Summary
Member of the International Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Member of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) Achieved a Global respected recognition by perusing certified Financial Risk Manager designation (FRM) Considerable knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles “GAAP” Competitive experience in Internal Control methodologies such as “COSO” and “Sarbanes Oxley” Demonstrated exposure to Capital Markets & Banking Monetary Regulations. Capital Markets Competencies: AP Registration (Formation), Licence Subscription, Securities Listing (IPO & Rights Issues), Basel II, AML instructions and Fraud Management. Industries Background: Capital Markets (Financial Regulators), Financial Services, Investments, Telecommunication, Healthcare, Manufactured Goods and Services, Public Sector, Retail and Restaurants.

Professional experience

-42545-1905KPMG December 2009- Now
Europe LLP – Gulf Holdings
Risk Consulting Services – Advisory
Clients Sample Capital Markets Authority in Saudi (CMA), Barclays, JP Morgan, Al Inma Bank, Shuaa’ Capital, Qinvest, Jadwa Invest, BNP Paribas, Saudi Telecom Company (STC), National Water Company (NWC), King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Hala Printing Company. Industry / Projects Sample Telecommunications

Led several Internal Audit reviews at the Saudi Telecom Company (STC) for capital projects with a cost that exceeds Two Billion USD. Assisted the Telecom Leaders in the Middle East to develop “Customer Service functions” and to enhance “Customer Satisfaction Level”. Manufactured Goods and Services Assisted leading Water Company to carry asset valuation of Seven Billion USD. Established Policies and Procedures Manuals for Operational and Financial functions in a World...
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