Mohammed Madani recently joined the Government Expenditure & Projects Efficiency Authority (EXPRO) as director general of enablement, specifically looking after the Spending Efficiency Key Element Program (SEKEP).
Madani’s role involves dealing with government entities to enhance spending efficiency in core operations.
He began his career with Saudi Arabian Airlines as an automated test equipment technician in the avionics section, under the maintenance department. He worked with Saudia from 2004 to 2005.
Madani obtained an MBA specializing in economics and finance from the University of Central Missouri, US, in 2008. He also completed a bachelor’s degree in applied science in computer information systems from the same university in 2007, and an associate degree in electronics and computer technology with honors from DeVry University, US, in 2003.
In 2009, he joined Procter & Gamble as liquids costing manager in the Dammam plant, managing popular product lines including Fairy and Downy. Later, he moved to Jeddah at the company’s Saudi headquarters during 2011 as paper category finance manager, and oversaw two other well-known brands (Pampers and Always).
Before his new role, he served as head of the KSA Finance Excellence Team at Unilever from 2018 to 2020. In 2020, he was appointed personal care regional finance manager.
Madani worked for AMS Baeshen & Co. as head of financial planning and analysis from 2016 to 2018.
In 2014, Madani joined Cristal Global as projects finance manager and oversaw megaprojects worth more than $500 million. Cristal Global was the world’s second largest producer of titanium dioxide.
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