Doha Bank’s chief executive officer (CEO) won the ‘Life Time Achievement Award’ at a summit in India recently.
The Global Summit 2014 on Business Excellence, under the theme ‘Business excellence through Boa
Oman Investment & Finance Co has appointed Said Ahmed Safrar as its chief executive officer.
Safrar comes with more than 20 years of experience in banking and telecom sector, said a statement.
His last position
Oman Air has appointed Paul Gregorowitsch as its new chief executive officer, effective the beginning of August 2014.
Oman Air’s chairman Darwish bin Ismail bin Ali Al Balushi said the appointment will be the start of a new
Abu Dhabi-based Aldar Properties, a leading listed property development, investment, and management company, has appointed Mohammed Khalifa Al Mubarak as chief executive officer effective immediately.
Al Mubarak previously held th
The Cambridge Medical & Rehabilitation Center in Abu Dhabi has appointed Tod Lambert as the company's Group CEO.
As a highly experienced strategic healthcare leader, most recently occupying the position of group director S
Oman Telecommunications (Omantel) has appointed Talal Said Marhoon al-Mamari as the new chief executive, the company said in a statement on Sunday.
Mamari is a company veteran and was previously chief financial officer. He has rep
The former chief executive of Arabtec Holding has three offers for his 28.85 percent stake but is looking to sell his holding in the Dubai contractor for more than 6 dirhams per share, he told Reuters on Tuesday.
Hasan Ismaik, who
Ooredoo Kuwait (Wataniya National Mobile Telecommunications Company) has appointed Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Thani as chief executive officer of the company.
He will succeed Abdulaziz Ibrahim Fakhroo, who has te
Major Dubai construction firm Arabtec on Thursday said its board had accepted the resignation of chief executive Hasan Ismaik and would protect the rights of all shareholders.
The brief statement to the Dubai bourse did not commen
The chief executive of major Dubai construction firm Arabtec resigned on Wednesday after a tumultuous six weeks during which the company's share price plunged as much as 50 percent and a major backer of the firm cut its shareholding.