Galfar's CFO Anantha Subramanian resigns citing 'health reasons’
The company said that Subramanian, who joined the firm in January 2018, would serve in his role till 30 April 2020
Oman’s engineering, contracting, and construction giant Galfar Engineering and Contracting has revealed that the company’s chief financial officer, Anantha Subramanian has resigned from his post for “health reasons”.
In a missive on the Muscat Securities Market (MSM) undersigned by the company’s chief executive officer, Hans Erlings, it said that Subramanian’s last day of service would be 30 April 2020.
It added: “Galfar will inform as and when a new chief financial officer is appointed.”
Subramanian was appointed to his role at Galfar in January 2018, following the resignation of its then CFO Gerard Hutchinson in September 2017.
According to Subramanian’s LinkedIn profile, he has previously worked at Indian construction heavyweight Larsen & Toubro’s (L&T) for over 36 years in different roles across India, the UAE, and Oman. He currently serves as an advisor at L&T Construction in the UAE.
Earlier this year Galfar was awarded contracts by the sultanate’s Ministry of Transport, alongside Ghantoot Transport and Contracting Company, to work on road and highway projects valued at $428.6m (OMR165m).