Barwa Real Estate Group’s board of directors has confirmed Abdullah bin Jubara al-Rumaihi as group CEO, it was announced yesterday.
Al-Rumaihi is one of the prominent Qataris who worked to serve the group and achieve its goals and values, and his confirmation reflects the extent of his loyalty to the group and his commitment to its principles.
Al-Rumaihi held several administrative positions during his career, the most recent of which was his assumption of acting CEO of the group since last April. He was also CEO of Waseef Company, and worked as director of the Internal Audit Department, in addition to his main role in establishing many of the group’s subsidiaries.
During his tenure as acting CEO in the past months, the group witnessed robust growth, and significant gains and achievements were recorded through the signing of many contracts, most notably the Qatar Schools Development Programme under the Public Private Partnership System – Package 1 proposed by Ashghal to develop eight public schools across Qatar for the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.
Additionally, there was the launching of construction works for the two projects ‘Madinatna’, which is a residential city for families, and ‘Barahat Al Janoub’, which is a residential city for the working class.
Al-Rumaihi said, “It is a great honour for me to be given this opportunity to contribute to the success of our group through my new role, and we will continue our work to enhance the group’s position as a developer of the largest strategic real estate projects in the country, in a way that consolidates the principle of the group’s strategic partnership with the government through building new real estate projects capable of meeting the market needs.”
He added: “I am certain that all employees of the group will remain dedicated with hard work and exerting all the efforts required to achieve our ambitions and ensure continued success in our operations and the continuation of Barwa Real Estate’s optimal investments strategy.”
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