Ooredoo on Thursday announced the appointment of HE Sheikh Faisal bin Thani al-Thani as chairman of the Board of Directors of Ooredoo Group.
Sheikh Faisal succeeds HE Sheikh Abdulla bin Mohamed bin Saud al-Thani, who held the position of chairman since 2000.
Sheikh Abdulla, the company noted, “was instrumental in the restructuring and regional expansion of Ooredoo, steering the company’s growth from a single-nation telecom operator to a group operating in 10 countries spanning North Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.”
Ooredoo also announced the appointment of new members on the Board, Essa Hilal al-Kuwari and Yousef Mohamed al-Obaidly, replacing HE Ali Shareef al- Emadi and Mohamed bin Issa al-Mohannadi.
“The management and employees of Ooredoo extend their warm thanks to HE Sheikh Abdulla for all the milestones reached and achievements made across Ooredoo Group during his tenure as chairman, and thank the former members of the Board for their valuable contributions," the company said in a statement.
“Ooredoo's management and employees pledge their full support for HE Sheikh Faisal and wish him the very best in his new role,” it added.
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