Mr. Aïmen Benabderrahmane, who assumed his new duties today, Wednesday, as Prime Minister, succeeding Mr. Abdelaziz Djerad, after his appointment by the President of the Republic, occupied several important high positions in the finance sector over the past 30 years.
Among the most important positions held by Mr. Benabderrahmane, born on August 30, 1966 in Algiers, that of Minister of Finance since June 23, 2020 and Governor of the Bank of Algeria from November 2019.
Mr. Benabderrahmane began his professional career at the Ministry of Finance in 1991, where he held successively the position of Financial Inspector at the level of the General Inspectorate of Finance (1991-2000), then General Inspector of Finance in 2004, then General Inspector Chief of Finance in 2006.
From December 2001 to March 2010, Mr. Benabderrahmane held the position of Deputy Director of Supervision at the level of the General Inspectorate of Finance before being appointed as Head of the Supervisory Department at the Bank of Algeria from 2010 to 2019 and then as Governor of this institution between November 2019 and June 2020.
Mr. Benabderrahmane is a graduate of the National School of Administration in Algeria, majoring in economics and finance, and holds a master’s degree in economic and financial sciences and several certificates in management and auditing. Mr. Benabderrahmane is also currently preparing his Ph.D. in Economic Sciences.
Following his appointment, the President of the Republic Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune commissioned the new Prime Minister, to continue consultations with political parties and civil society to form a government “as soon as possible”.