For the third year in a row, Al Khaleej Training and Education continues to shine in the governance Index, as it ranked second among the best performing companies in the corporate governance index.
The Second Global Conference for Corporate Governance was held last Wednesday evening (3/2/2021), at the headquarters of Al-Faisal University in Riyadh under the title “Investing in the Modern International Standard: Environment, Social Responsibility, and Governance”.
In the presence of international speakers from London Business School and the University of California, Los Angeles, and many representatives of joint-stock companies listed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Corporate Governance Center at King Faisal University has honored several distinguished companies in applying the corporate governance for non-financial sectors, according to King Faisal University evaluation system for the joint-stock companies listed in the Saudi financial market through the companies’ website and the financial market website (Tadawul).
Results showed the companies won the first place, and twenty companies got the second place, among all the joint-stock companies listed in the Saudi Stock Exchange, which includes Al Khaleej Company for Training and Education.
Winning of the second place in the Corporate Governance Index by Al Khaleej Training and Education comes as a result of the company’s constant eagerness to the optimal application of governance rules and adopting the principles and practices of governance and updating them from time to time in order to maintain improvement. The company aspires to reach the first place in the coming years, God willing.
On this occasion, Al Khaleej Training and Education Company would like to extend its sincere thanks to Mr. (Adel Amin Othman), Director of the Department of Shareholders Affairs and Governance, for his efforts in reaching the company to the list of the best performing companies in the Corporate Governance Index and getting the second place this year and its excellence for three years in a row in Companies Governance Center from King Faisal University.