Our team brings extensive transaction experience, industry knowledge, and an unparalleled network
Chairman & Partner
Yale BA | Stanford MBA
Fawzi began his career as an investment banker at Morgan Stanley in New York, where he advised on several large transactions, focusing on the energy and utility sectors. He was also appointed as the youngest operations officer in the investment banking division. Since founding Badwa, Fawzi has advised on financing, M&A, and structuring transactions across sectors worth several billion dollars. He serves on the Management Board of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, as well as on the board of AlRajhi United, a global investment firm based in Riyadh.
Partner and Board Member
MIT BSc | Stanford MBA
Abdulaziz was previously with McKinsey & Company where he served US- and GCC-based clients. His primary focus was advising private equity firms and other institutional investors on their investment strategies. He worked at TPG Capital and was formerly at Saudi Aramco, where he helped launch the company’s corporate VC fund. In these two roles, he was involved in over 10 private investments across a variety of sectors. Abdulaziz is a volunteer in several organizations and serves as a Director of the Stanford Club of Saudi Arabia.
Yale BA | CFA
Talal was previously with Watar Partners, a regional multi-family office, where he was involved in investments in international real estate, private equity and venture capital. He also advised on several M&A transactions. Talal has completed internships at Citi, Credit Suisse and China Universal Asset Management. Talal serves on the Milken Institute’s Young Leaders Circle and on the board of the King’s Academy Alumni Association. He speaks Arabic, English, Mandarin, French and Spanish.
Ahmed was previously with HSBC Saudi Arabia, where he focused on project finance and advised on several transactions across sectors. Prior to HSBC, Ahmed completed internships in private equity at AlRajhi United, a global investment firm based in Riyadh, and in capital markets at Deutsche Bank. He currently serves on the board of the Stanford Club of Saudi Arabia.
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