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Mumtalakat Honours Outstanding Employees From Group

Date 12 Dec 19

In a special awards ceremony that took place at the Capital Club, Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company (Mumtalakat), the sovereign wealth fund of the Kingdom of Bahrain, today recognised the outstanding contributions of 27 employees from across its group of companies.

Launched by Mumtalakat in 2017, the Awards Scheme aims to recognise the efforts of outstanding individuals from its group whose contributions are fundamental to nation building and economic development, while highlighting the essential role that Mumtalakat and its portfolio businesses play in the support and development of the national economy.

Winners are nominated by their respective companies based on the evaluation of their performance against five categories, namely personal initiative and achievement; professional creativity and innovation; knowledge management and lifelong learning; management and leadership; and impactful collaboration and teamwork. To date, 76 employees from the group have been honoured by the Mumtalakat Award Scheme that revolves and concludes around the Kingdom of Bahrain’s National Day.

Addressing the award winners at the ceremony, HE Khalid Al Rumaihi, CEO of Mumtalakat commended them for the passion and confidence they have brought to their respective companies, and the successful example they represent. “When you have passion, you have drive, and you can contribute to the growth stories of your companies, your industries and in turn, the global economy. We are very proud to have you as part of the Mumtalakat family,” said Al Rumaihi.

In this year’s edition of the annual award scheme, outstanding employee nominations were collected from both local and international companies within the Mumtalakat group. The award recipients are (in alphabetical order):

  1. Abdulhussain Hassan Mohammed, Al Jazeera Tourism Company
  2. Ahmed Mohammed Hussain, Gulf Aviation Academy (GAA)
  3. Ali Abdulehal Almoalem, Bahrain Flour Mills Company (Al Matahin)
  4. Andrea Stella, McLaren Racing
  5. Anouar Abattouy, PREMO Group
  6. Awatif Redha AlBahhar, Gulf Air
  7. Barbara Baumgartner, FAI Aviation Group
  8. Eman Abdulameer Alhoori, Southern Tourism Company (STC)
  9. Fatema Abdulrazaq Almahmood, Bahrain Institute for Pearls and Gemstones (DANAT)
  10. Hani Abdulla Al Aradi, Aluminium Bahrain (ALBA)
  11. Helal Ebrahim AlSaadoon, Bahrain Airport Company (BAC)
  12. Jaffar Mohammed Ahmed, National Bank of Bahrain (NBB)
  13. Jafar Naser Al-Ghannami, Gulf Aluminium Rolling Mill Company (GARMCO)
  14. Khalil Ebrahim Mohamed, Aluminium Bahrain (ALBA)
  15. Manuela Cecconi, McLaren Automotive
  16. Mark Tatlow, McLaren Applied Technologies
  17. Mohamed Shazaib, Mueller Middle East
  18. Naseem Husain Rasrummani, Gulf Hotels Group
  19. Omar Yusuf Zainal, Gulf Air
  20. Reem Khalid Alqassimi, Bahrain Real Estate Investment Company (Edamah)
  21. Fawzi Alawi Husain, Aluminium Bahrain (ALBA)
  22. Shamshad Alam Ali, Bahrain International Golf Course Company (BIGCC)
  23. Sherif Al Mahdy, Bahrain International Circuit (BIC)
  24. Taha Alabbasi, Gulf Air
  25. Vasco Araujo, McLaren Automotive
  26. Yaser Mohamed Al Hammadi, Durrat Khaleej Al Bahrain
  27. Zahra Adel Hasan, Gulf International Bank (GIB)