Nasser Al-Khelaïfi is one of the leading figures in the world of sport, entertainment, media and business.

Since 2011, Mr. Al-Khelaïfi has been the President and CEO of Paris Saint-Germain Football Club (PSG), following his appointment as Chairman of Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) and their acquisition of the French football club that year. Additionally, Mr. Al-Khelaïfi sits on the board of the French Professional League (LFP).

Mr. Al-Khelaïfi is a member of the UEFA Executive Committee, currently serving his second term, after being elected by the European Club Association (ECA) as Chairman in April 2021, a body representing almost 500 professional football clubs of Europe.

On top of his leading roles within sport, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi is the Group Chairman of beIN MEDIA GROUP, the international sports, entertainment, and media group operating in more than 40 countries worldwide. It was under Mr. Al-Khelaïfi’s management that beIN acquired MIRAMAX, the famed Hollywood film and television studio, of which Mr. Al-Khelaïfi is Chairman; and also Digiturk, Türkiye’s largest sports and entertainment platform, of which Mr. Al-Khelaïfi is Chairman.

Nasser Al-Khelaïfi is also a board member of Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund, Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), while also being a Minister of State of Qatar.

In the world of racket sports, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi is the President of the Qatar Tennis, Squash and Badminton Federation (QTF), and oversees the country’s two biggest tennis tournaments (ATP and WTA) each year. Mr. Al-Khelaïfi is also Chairman of Premier Padel, the leading professional tour in padel – the world’s fastest growing sport. Premier Padel is one of the fastest-ever established start-up tours in world sport. Mr. Al-Khelaïfi was a world ranked professional tennis player for many years and represented his country in the Davis Cup.

Nasser Al-Khelaïfi is a global ambassador for The Youth Sports Games (YSG), founded in 1996 to enable children to participate in organised sporting events and other free activities. He is the Chairman of the PSG Foundation which supports disadvantaged and sick children, as well as young people and communities in difficulty. Since 2022 he has been a Member Friend of the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Road Safety.



Vice Chairman

Adel Mustafawi is a banking professional with a career spanning 30 years. His journey in the financial sector began with Qatar Investment Office (now Qatar Investment Authority), followed by his role as a Treasurer at Qatar National Bank (QNB). He then embarked on a journey with Masraf Al Rayan, where he served as the Group CEO from its inception, playing a pivotal role in shaping the bank’s growth trajectory and strategic direction.

Mr. Mustafawi’s expertise and leadership extend to his participation as a board member in various prominent organizations. As a Board Member of Al Rayan Investment Bank, Al Rayan Bank Plc in the UK, and Msheireb Properties, Mr. Mustafawi contributed his insights to drive innovation, growth, and sustainable development.

In his current engagements, Mr. Mustafawi continues to make substantial contributions to both local and international landscapes. He serves as the Vice Chairman of beIN MEDIA GROUP, Paris Saint Germain and Qatar Sports Investments.

Furthermore, Mr. Mustafawi’s leadership extends into the realm of technology and innovation as the Chairman of the investment committee of Doha Tech Angels. Additionally, his presence on the boards of Travelex Qatar and Maha Capital reflects his dedication to diverse investment opportunities and financial excellence.



Board Member

Yousef Al-Obaidly has been a Board Member of Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) since 2011. He is also a Board Member of beIN MEDIA GROUP, MIRAMAX, Paris Saint-Germain Football Club, Paris Saint-Germain Handball, Qatar Tennis Federation, Premier Padel, Ooredoo Group and Es’hailSat.

Mr. Al-Obaidly is currently the Group Chief Executive Officer of beIN MEDIA GROUP, having successfully launched Al Jazeera Sport in 2003, which then evolved into beIN SPORTS. Mr. Al-Obaidly began the network’s international expansion by launching new sports channels in France, the United States, Canada and 11 countries across the Asia-Pacific region. As one of the most respected executives in sports and entertainment, Mr. Al-Obaidly oversees one of the largest portfolios of sports rights in the world. Under Mr. Al-Obaidly’s leadership, beIN is becoming a global entertainment powerhouse, notably through its Hollywood film studio, MIRAMAX, through its acquisition of Türkiye’s Digiturk and through its new streaming platform TOD.

Mr. Al-Obaidly is a former professional tennis player, who participated in the Davis Cup and other major tournaments.

He graduated from Seattle University, USA.



Board Member

Mohammad Al-Subaie has been a Board Member of Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) since 2011. He is also a Board Member of Paris Saint-Germain Football Club and Qatar Tennis Federation, as well as a member of the Sports Media Committee of the Qatar Olympic Committee.

Mr. Al-Subaie is currently the Chief Executive Officer of beIN MEDIA GROUP’s MENA region, having joined as Director of Digital Media in 2013. Prior to his promotion to CEO of beIN MENA, Al-Subaie expertly led the commercial division of beIN MENA as General Manager of Commercial Affairs.

He started his career in 2004 as a telecommunications engineer at Qatar Telecom (now Ooredoo), where he was later appointed Director of Networks.

He graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle, USA.



Board Member

Sophie Jordan has been a Board Member of Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) since 2011. She is also a Board Member of Paris Saint-Germain Football Club.

Ms. Jordan is currently the co-Chief Executive of Wild Bunch, an award-winning independent European film and television distribution and production services company.

Previously she served as General Counsel at beIN Media Group, after serving as Deputy General Director of beIN SPORTS France. She also served as Special Advisor to the Chairman, during which time she managed the launch of beIN SPORTS in France and supported the transition from Al Jazeera Sport to beIN SPORTS.

Ms. Jordan started her career at Canal+, subsequently being appointed Director of Legal at Canal+ Sport trading agency (now Sportfive). She also launched her own law practice.

Mohammed Al-Emadi

Chief Executive Officer