UAE's ENOC appoints new group chief financial officer
ENOC Group has appointed Mohammad Sharaf as its new group chief financial officer to lead the origination’s strategy and finance functions
ENOC Group has appointed Mohammad Sharaf as its new group chief financial officer to lead the origination’s strategy and finance functions.
A senior financial executive with more than 27 years of experience, Sharaf previously led the finance functions in Emirates Aluminium Company (EMAL), a company of Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA).
HE Saif Humaid Al Falasi, group CEO, ENOC, said: “Mohammad Sharaf’s diverse experience in corporate financing and strategic planning across telecommunications, energy and government sectors will be vital in executing our long-term growth strategy and ensuring we continue on the path of long-term financial sustainability.
Sharaf also worked for Thuraya, a $1.3bn satellite telecommunications company operating across Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Australia. Earlier in his career, he served with the Dubai Police’s finance affairs division.
Al Falasi added: “Sharaf’s appointment underlines our commitment towards promoting national talent and competence within our organisation and achieving 50 percent Emiratisation by 2020 – in line with Dubai Plan 2021.”