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HM King issues decree (30) of 2024, restructuring SIO Board of Directors

Manama, His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued Decree (30) of 2024 restructuring the Board of Directors of the Social Insurance Organisation (SIO), based on the nominations of the concerned authorities, and following the approval of the Cabi…


Manama, His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued Decree (30) of 2024 restructuring the Board of Directors of the Social Insurance Organisation (SIO), based on the nominations of the concerned authorities, and following the approval of the Cabinet.

Article I

The Board of Directors of the SIO will be reconstituted as follows:

1- Rasheed Mohamed Al Maraj, Chairman.

2- Shaikh Daij bin Salman bin Daij Al Khalifa, member representing the government in its capacity as an employer.

3- Nawal Ibrahim Al Khater, member representing the government in its capacity as an employer.

4- Osama Saleh Al Alawi, member representing the government in its capacity as an employer.

5- Khaled Mohamed Najibi, member representing employers in the private sector.

6- Arif Ahmed Hejres, member representing employers in the private sector.

7- Sawsan Abualhasan Mohamed, member representing employers in the private sector.

8- Dina Ahmed Al Fayez, member representing employees in the government sector.

9- Donia Faisal Sarha
n, member representing employees in the government sector.

10- Ahmed Hassan Humaidan, member representing employees in the government sector.

11- Ali Jaffar Al Raqraq, member representing employees in the private sector.

12- Yaqoub Yousef Mohamed Hussein, member representing employees in the private sector.

13- Abdullah Hassan Abdullah Mashakhil, member representing employees in the private sector.

14- Khaled Mohamed Abdullah Taqi, member specialised in financial and insurance affairs.

15- Abdullah Salah Saleh Sultan, member specialised in financial and insurance affairs.

Article II

The Prime Minister and the ministers – each in their capacity – shall implement this decree, and it shall come into effect from the date of its issuance, and be published in the Official Gazette.

Source: Bahrain News Agency