At Agility we are committed to complying in full with all applicable laws and regulations as well as observing high standards of business conduct and ethics used by the company and its employees in dealing with all stakeholders. This is a fundamental obligation to preserve and guard the Company’s assets and reputation in the business community. As a shareholding listed company we follow the guidelines of:

Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Captial Market Authority – Kuwait

Boursa Kuwait

Securities and Commodities Authorities

Dubai Financial Market

Corporate Governance Framework

Board of Directors

Henadi Al-Saleh
Chair of the Board

Henadi Al-Saleh is the Chairperson of Agility’s Board of Directors, and has been designated one the most powerful businesswomen in the Middle East by Forbes Magazine. Al-Saleh oversees the company’s corporate governance program while safeguarding the interests of investors and stakeholders. She also leads the company’s technology ventures team, which partners with start-ups and entrepreneurs that are reshaping the supply chain. Before joining Agility, Al-Saleh was the head of debt/equity capital markets at NBK Capital in Kuwait. Al-Saleh earned a Bachelor of Economics from Tufts University. She sits on the board of the Gulf Warehousing Company in Qatar.

Tarek Sultan
CEO and Vice-Chairman

Tarek Sultan is the Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman of Agility. Sultan assumed leadership of Agility in 1997, spearheading the company’s expansion from a regional logistics company into a $4+ billion global business that has been designated a 3PL industry leader by Gartner. Sultan holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Economics from Williams College. Sultan is an active supporter of the World Economic Forum (WEF). He is a member of the WEF’s Global Future Council on Humanitarian Systems, sits on the Boards of the WEF’s Supply Chain & Transport Industry Governors and Future of Production initiative, as well as serving as a trustee for the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation.

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Adel Mohammed Al-Bader


Adel Mohamed Al-Bader is the Manager of the Real Estate Department at PIFSS, responsible for international and local real estate investments. He is a member of the Investment Committee of PIFSS. He joined PIFSS in 1985 and during the past 30 years, has held responsible positions and has previously managed the International Equities and Commodities for PIFSS.
Other positions currently held by Adel in Kuwait are Chairman, Wafra Real Estate Company, and Vice Chairman, Kuwait Medical City Company. Adel, a Kuwait citizen, is an honors graduate from Kuwait University, majoring in economics and finance.

Sultan Anwar Sultan


Sultan Anwar Al Sultan is the CEO and Vice Chairman of Union Real Estate Co. (UREC), a leader in developing, leasing and managing luxury apartments within Kuwait. Founded in 1975, UREC remains focused on providing the best service for its loyal customers.

Mr. Sultan has been with UREC since 2008. Prior to that, he worked at Petroleum Services Co., a privately owned company focused on supplying and servicing the oil & gas sector.

Mr. Sultan graduated from Northeastern University in Boston with a degree in management.

Faisal Jameel Al Sultan

Mr. Sultan is the Chairman of Kuwait based National Real Estate Company K.P.S.C., one of the leading publicly traded real estate companies in the Middle East with more than $US 2 billion in assets under management and projects and offices in more than ten countries.

Before becoming Chairman, Mr. Sultan served NREC by leading its business development function and as a board member, chairman and MD of various subsidiary organizations.

He is also Vice Chairman and CEO of Kuwait Agro Holding one of the leading fruits and vegetable, Poultry and dairy companies in the Middle East.

A graduate of US based Barry University with a degree in Management Mr. Sultan is an active member of the Young President Organization in Kuwait and the UAE.

Nasser Mohammed Al-Rashad

Nasser Mohammed Al-Rashed is Chairman of Aswaq Trading Company, a leading privately held retailer in Kuwait that carries successful in-house brands. Under his leadership, Al-Rashed established the company as a reputable retailer that offers high quality fashion brands to the Kuwait and Middle East markets.

Al-Rashed has strong management experience in both public and private sectors, with previous senior roles in the Civil Aviation Authority and the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development. He also served as a director in several boards of publicly listed companies in Kuwait.

Prior to his current role in Aswaq Trading Company, he was with the Public Warehousing Company where he held positions of increasing responsibility, serving as its Deputy General Manager, Managing Director, and Chairman.