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Saudi Arabia's Samba Financial Group named Rania Mahmoud Nashar as chief executive officer, the second woman recruited for a top finance-industry position in recent days as the country undertakes unprecedented social and economic change.Thursday, NCB Capital Co. CEO Sarah al-Suhaimi was named the first woman to chair Saudi Arabia's stock exchange, the region's largest.Suhaimi replaces Khalid al-Rabiah as head of the bourse, known as the Tadawul. She's expected to keep her position at NCB Capital, the investment banking unit of National Commercial Bank, a person familiar with the appointment said. Suhaimi was the first female head of a Saudi investment bank when she assumed the role in 2014 .
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