The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) has appointed Abdulla Mohamed al-Hajri as the chief administrative officer (CAO) with immediate effect.
In this capacity, al-Hajri, who has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Wichita State University in USA, would report directly to Yousuf Mohamed al-Jaida, QFC Authority (QFCA) chief executive officer, and would sit as a member on the executive committee of the QFCA.
He will be responsible for the overall administration management of the QFC, including the administrative functions within the QFC’s human capital, IT, procurement and facilities management departments, as well as other special projects.
With nearly 15 years of experience in project management, al-Hajri held various roles in reputable organisations as the Private Engineering Office, Shell Qatar and Qatar Olympic Committee.
"His long years of experience are a great asset to our organisation and his diversified areas of expertise will be further accelerating the QFC’s business growth...Believing that people are the most valuable asset in diversifying the economy and developing the private sector in Qatar, the appointment of al-Hajri evidences once again our commitment to attract top Qatari talents into the financial sector and our ongoing drive to nurture Qatari caliber across different scopes of business," al-Jaida said.
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