Etisalat appoints new CEO for Afghan operation

Etisalat appoints a new acting CEO for Afghanistan and a CFO for Zantel Tanzania
Etisalat has appointed a new CEO for Etisalat Afghanistan and CFO for Zantel Tanzania
Etisalat has appointed a new CEO for Etisalat Afghanistan and CFO for Zantel Tanzania

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Etisalat Group has announced the appointment of Ahmed Mohammed Alhosani as acting CEO Etisalat Afghanistan and Ahmed Khalfan Al Mutawa as CFO of Etisalat Zantel in Tanzania.

Alhosani, who replaces former Etisalat Afghanistan CEO Saeed Al Hamli has held various management positions since he joined Etisalat in 1992, and has served as the deputy CEO of Etisalat Afghanistan since 2010. He graduated from Toledo University in the US and has a Bachelors degree in Electrical engineering.

Ahmed Al Mutawa has held many roles within Etisalat including financial affairs and auditing since his employment in 2001. Prior to his promotion to CFO of Etisalat Zantel, he served as VP for financial affairs at Emirates Data Clearing House (EDCH), an arm of Etisalat services holding. Al Mutawa has a Bachelor’s degree in business applied administration from Higher Colleges of Technology in Al Ain.

Speaking about the appointments, Abdulaziz Al Sawaleh, group chief human resources officer at Etisalat, said that the appointments were part of Etisalat’s commitment to “Emiratisation”.
 

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