Ooredoo appoints new Chief Governance Officer & Company Secretary
Ooredoo has announced the appointment of Majid Al Marzooqi as Chief Governance Officer & Company Secretary. In this role, Al Marzooqi will lead Ooredoo’s strategic efforts to comply with all applicable corporate codes, identifying and adopting essential organisational governance practices, and ensuring the efficient administration of the company. As Ooredoo’s former Director of Legal Affairs & Company Secretary, Al Marzooqi brings a wealth of in-house experience to the position.
Al Marzooqi enters his new role with nearly 10 years of experience with Ooredoo after starting as the company’s legal counsel and quickly rising through the ranks. His ascending career development reaffirms Ooredoo’s commitment to building the capabilities of family members and supporting personal growth.
“We welcome Majid Al Marzooqi’s appointment, which will inspire our family members to achieve their career aspirations with Ooredoo. His strong background as a member of our family is proof that with us, personal growth is highly valued and is a key part of our developmental strategy,” said Kumail Al Moosawi, Chief People and Corporate Affairs Officer at Ooredoo. “Majid has a very successful career in legal affairs and his experience will be crucial in monitoring the latest legislative changes and ensuring that the company meets all legal and statutory requirements from a corporate governance and company secretarial perspective.”
Ooredoo champions multiple initiatives to drive the growth of Oman’s national workforce including organising training activities, workshops, update sessions and personal development programmes and this recent appointment comes as a testament to its efforts to enable human growth.