UAE-based hospitality company, TIME Hotels Management has appointed two new senior corporate executives to their team following its recent announcement of further expansion in Luxor, Qatar, Abu Dhabi and Ajman.
Gaetan Lavoie has j
Bahrain-based bank BBK has announced fresh appointments in its executive management team, which are a part of the new organisational structure.
Amit Kumar is the new chief risk officer and head of the credit and risk management di
Eighty-one per cent of senior executives in the Mena region believe that the current regulatory environment provides support for business growth, a report said.
Business confidence across Mena was broad based, with respondents pos
The Middle East is no longer dependent on executive expertise from Western expatriates, said an expert, adding that those already in the region are too expensive.
Metin Mitchell, managing director of Metin Mitchell & Co, an ow
Forbes Middle East named Mawashi Management on the list of Top Executives Management in the Arab world in the Service Sector of listed companies.
Ahmad Nasser Sraiya Al Kaabi, managing director and chief executive officer of Mawashi, wa
The majority of oil and gas executives in the Middle East anticipate a looming talent shortage in all skill categories, the most pressing of which is in operations (81 per cent), according to a report.
Experts focused on the oil and gas se
The majority of oil and gas executives in the Middle East anticipate a looming talent shortage in all skill categories, the most pressing of which is in operations (81 per cent), said a report.
Experts focused on the oil and gas sector to
The United Arab Emirates central bank is preparing a test to determine whether senior executives in the country's banks and financial institutions have enough expertise to handle risks.
'This test is focused on ensuring that such o
Seventy-five per cent of executives in the Middle East see societal purpose as essential for future success, while 66 per cent said it was essential for attracting the next generation of customers and employees, in a major survey.
Growth in the UAE workforce has continued at a steady pace throughout 2011 and this is set to continue into 2012 with 93 per cent UAE companies forecasting an increase in their headcount, said a report.
However, the employers will be looki