About Group


Al-Dabbagh Group is a family conglomerate, established in 1962. The Group employs in excess of 15,000 colleagues globally through its 62 portfolio companies with a manufacturing presence in 35 countries and sales, services and projects in over 60 countries.  Al-Dabbagh Group has five strategic business portfolios with a flagship company for each. These include Food, Mobility, Packaging, Housing, and Retail.

Al-Dabbagh Group and all its activities are governed by the Omnipreneurship ecosystem constructed upon the three Principles of Giving, Earning and Sustaining. Omnipreneurship is an entrepreneurial approach for every aspect of life, and it guides the approach to sustainability across the group.

The Omnipreneurship vision of Al-Dabbagh Group’s current Chairman and CEO, His Excellency Amr Al-Dabbagh:



“Omnipreneurship is a holistic ecosystem, that recognizes the need to create value for shareholders, without compromising our communities and planet. It also prioritizes the wellbeing of our greatest asset: our colleagues, no matter where in the world they are, ensuring they come to a workplace that is safe, happy and an environment in which they can not only succeed, but thrive.”


Watch this video to learn how the three principles create an ongoing balance between earning and philanthropy:


Visit the sustainability website of Al-Dabbagh Group to find out how we deliver impact and scale for the greater good!


To be the top-five family-owned businesses with a nature positive portfolio by 2030


ADG Leadership Team

His Excellency Amr Al-Dabbagh
Chairman & CEO

His Excellency is currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of The Centennial Fund based in Riyadh. He is the Chairman of the Board of Petromin Corporation. He also sits on the Board of Trustees of the Eisenhower Fellowship based in Philadelphia. He is also a member of the Cleveland Clinic International Leadership Board in Cleveland and is a Governor of the London Business School Governing Body.

His Excellency has enjoyed a 30-year career that began in 1984 when he joined Al-Dabbagh Group on a part-time basis at the age of seventeen while studying Business Administration at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree and which was complemented with advanced executive programs at Harvard, Wharton and the London Business School. He has over the course of his career served in public office for two terms as the Governor (with a rank of a Minister) of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), elected for two terms on the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and appointed for two terms on the Makkah Regional Council.

Dirk Vanderbroeck


Mr. Dirk Vanderbroeck is the Chief Financial Officer of Al- Dabbagh Group. He is a strategic finance professional with over two decades of experience in senior finance leadership roles across corporate finance, treasury and mergers & acquisitions in banking and corporate environments.

Before joining Al-Dabbagh Group, Mr. Vanderbroeck was at Puma Energy, a company with revenue over USD$15 billion, as Group Treasurer and most recently as Group Head of Portfolio and member of the Executive Committee. Prior to Puma Energy, Mr. Vanderbroeck spent most of his career at Goldman Sachs where he was a Managing Director in its Investment Banking Division. Before that he was at Royal Mail Group, where he co-lead its privatisation programme through a successful IPO on the London Stock Exchange, and a co-founder at Marylebone Energy Partners.

Mr. Vanderbroeck holds a master’s degree in Business Economics from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, and Executive Leadership Development Program from HEC in Paris.


Mohamed Jazeel

Mr. Mohamed Jazeel is the Chief Operating Officer of Al- Dabbagh Group. He is a fellow member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, UK and counts nearly 30 years of experience in the fields of audit practice, financial management, corporate finance, M&A, IPO and general management.

Prior to joining Al-Dabbagh Group, he had a successful career at PricewaterhouseCoopers from 1985 to 1992 serving at different positions. During his career with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, he has worked in Sri Lanka, Singapore and Malawi.

Mr. Jazeel has undertaken executive education at Harvard Business School, Kellogg, Wharton, London Business School, Cranfield and IMD.

He also serves as a director of many subsidiaries and affiliates of Al-Dabbagh Group, both listed and unlisted in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere.

Tariq Al-Abbadi

Mr. Tariq Al-Abbadi is the Chief Legal Officer of Al-Dabbagh Group. He holds a an LLM in International Commercial Law from the University of Kent, Canterbury in the United Kingdom and an LLM and LLB from the University of Jordan. Mr. Al-Abbadi began his career at the International Business Legal Associates (IBLAW) in Amman, Jordan in 2000 before joining Baker Botts L.L.P in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia as an associate in 2004. After two and a half years, he joined King & Spalding L.L.P. in 2006 and later moved to Dewey & LeBoeuf L.L.P. where he became a partner in their Saudi office. He joined Al-Dabbagh Group in 2011.

Mr. Al-Abbadi has extensive experience as a corporate, private equity and capital markets lawyer and has published widely in legal journals. He is a member of the Jordan Bar Association and is licensed to work as legal counsel in Saudi Arabia. Amongst various awards and recognitions, he has been cited as Outstanding Middle East Attorney in the Global Broker and Underwriter’s Legal Leaders, 2008, and nominated as a Legal Expert in the Banking and Finance and Corporate and M&A arenas in the Legal Experts-Europe, Middle East & Africa.

He has been a Board Member of Al-Dabbagh Group since 2011. He also serves as a director of many subsidiaries and affiliates of Al- Dabbagh Group, in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere.