Board of Directors
Port of Salalah is a publically traded company listed on the Muscat Securities Market.
The Board of Directors comprises of six members and is responsible for the Management of the Company’s business. The Board’s role, functions and responsibilities are clearly defined. In addition to its primary role of monitoring corporate performance, the functions of the Board also include:
Composition of the Board of Directors as on December 31, 2013 is as follows:
|H.E. Ahmed Bin Nasser Al Mahrizi||Non-executive, non-independent, nominated|
|Mr. John Michael Craig||Non-executive, non-independent & elected|
|Mr. Soren Sjostrand Jakobsen||Non-executive, non-independent & elected|
|Sheikh Braik Musallam Al Amri||Non-executive, independent & elected|
|Brig. Sultan Saif Saud Al Alkhzami||Non-executive, independent & elected|
|Mr. David Michael Guy||Non-executive, non-independent, nominated|
H.E. Ahmed Bin Nasser Al Mahrizi is Chairman of the Company and joined the Board on 4th August, 2013. He is the Minister of Tourism Government of Oman and previously held position of Chief of Eastern Europe, European Department of Oman Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ambassador to Algeria and non-resident Ambassador to Ghana, Gabon, Burkina Faso and Niger; Ambassador to Kazakhstan and non-resident Ambassador to Kirghizia and Ambassador to the French Republic and non-resident Ambassador to Portugal.
Mr. John Michael Craig currently is, Vice President, Global Operations and Portfolio Manager in APM Terminals, The Hague, Netherlands. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Princeton University and received an executive MBA from The Mason School of Business at the College of William and Mary. He is an international business executive with over 20 years of leadership experience in the maritime industry (terminal operations, marine transportation, procurement, sales and account management, customer service, inland transportation, and supply chain management). An effective leader having successfully managed large business units and multinational organizations with a demonstrated ability to mentor people and work in complex organizations with multi-cultural environments.
Mr. Soren Sjostrand Jakobsenholds the position as Executive Director in the Africa, Middle East and South East Asia joint venture portfolio of APM Terminals. His portfolio responsibilities comprise 8 port terminals and 3 inland terminals. He furthermore holds a number of board position in other joint venture terminals where APM Terminals are partners. Prior to taking up the portfolio management position in Dubai in 2003, Soren was Global Head of Project Implementation based in the APM Terminals headquarter in The Hague, responsible for implementation of all new port investments of APM Terminals. Soren has been in the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group for more than 36 years and has worked with most business units in the Group, the last 12 years in APM Terminals. He has spent about 20 years outside of Denmark including postings in Panama, USA, The Netherlands and Dubai. Soren is married to Patricia and has two grown up sons.
Sheikh Braik Musallam Al Amri joined the Board in March 2013. He has done Masters in Business Administration and has a management experience of more than 17 years. He is an Engineer and has also done diploma from Lloyds Maritime Academy. He has been engaged with the Port of Salalah for about 10 years. He has a very good exposure of the business and international practices, presently engaged with financial services sector.
Brig. Sultan Saif Saud Al Alkhzami joined the Board in March 2013. Presently he is Director General Administration and Human Resources in Secretary General's Office Ministry of Defense. He is Masters in Business Administration and has held many senior positions in Finance, administration and human resources in Royal Air Force of Oman.
Mr. David Michael Guy joined the Board in January 2018. He is presently working as Group Chief Financial Officer of ASYAD Group Oman. He is a member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales with over 20 years of experience in the power, water and infrastructure sectors. David graduated from Durham University in 1990 with BA Hons degree in Accountancy and Economics and qualified as a chartered accountant in 1993. He subsequently worked in number of entities in the power and water sectors and took part in various business sales and acquisition processes before taking the role of group CFO at an international water business with assets in South America, Africa and UK.