Aamal Company appoints Imran Chughtai as chief financial officer
April 24 2019 09:05 PM
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Aamal Company has appointed Imran Chughtai as chief financial officer. 
Chughtai will follow Mohamed Ramahi, who is now appointed as the adviser to the CEO of Aamal, and the chief financial officer of Al Faisal Holding, which is Aamal Company’s majority shareholder.
Chughtai has more than 25 years of international financial leadership experience gained with a number of large complex MNCs. Previously, he was group chief financial officer for Zuellig Pharma. He has held senior finance leadership roles with Huawei Technologies and with Whirlpool Corporation across Europe and Asia. 
Chughtai is a Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) and holds an MBA from the University of Warwick, UK.
Sheikh Mohamed bin Faisal al-Thani, Aamal Company CEO and managing director, said, “I am delighted to welcome Imran Chughtai as the new CFO of Aamal. He brings considerable experience and expertise in his field, and I am confident he will make a significant contribution and add further value to the strength of our executive management capability. I would also like to thank Mohamed Ramahi for his outstanding contribution and commitment to date in managing the financial strategy of the company effectively and in line with the best standards of international practice. We wish him all the best in his new role as Al Faisal Holding’s chief financial officer and adviser to the CEO of Aamal Company.”
“As one of Qatar’s leading companies, we are a major part of the country’s growing private sector and contributor to the growth of the Qatari economy. As we continue to develop and realise our plans to further grow the scope and scale of our business, I am confident we have the strength of the executive management team in place to optimise our operational and financial performance and create value for all our stakeholders.”

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