Nasser Al Awadhi / Dubai Holding

Nasser Al Awadhi has been appointed Director and Chairman of Malta Properties Company plc (MPC), the commercial properties owner and developer announced on Tuesday.

This comes after Sayed Mohamed Mohamed Noor Sharaf resigned from the two positions with immediate effect. He had initially been appointed as Chairman in May 2021.

Sayed Mohamed Mohamed Noor Sharaf
Former MPC Director and Chairman Sayed Mohamed Mohamed Noor Sharaf

Aside from his new positions, Mr Al Awadhi also serves as Chief Business Transformation Officer at Dubai Holding, and is responsible for leading transformational projects and programmes across the company and its verticals. He is also tasked with overseeing the Dubai Holding Centre of Excellence.

He has worked at the group for more than 13 years and is a Member of Dubai Holding’s Executive Management Committee. MPC stated that he brings great expertise with him through his 25 years of experience and several board memberships.

He holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from University of South Carolina and is a graduate of INSEAD’s International Directors Programme.

MPC owns a portfolio of office buildings and industrial properties that are leased out to blue chip tenants with secure, long duration leases. The group’s tenants include GO, EPIC Communications Ltd, Planning Authority and HSBC Global Services, among others.

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New MPC Director and Chairman Nasser Al Awadhi / Dubai Holding


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