Eisa Ahmed Abdulla joined the QFC Regulatory Authority as Chief Administrative Officer in June 2014. In March of 2016, he was named Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director of Corporate Services. In this role, Mr Abdulla is responsible for the Regulatory Authority’s Operations, IT, General Counsel, Human Resources, Translation, Organisational Development and Nationalisation, and Corporate Communications departments.
Mr Abdulla brings over 20 years of management experience to the Regulatory Authority from various industries including telecommunications, the energy sector, and transportation. A graduate of the University of Bradford School of Engineering, Design and Technology (UK), Mr Abdulla holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical, Telecommunication and Internet Engineering. In 2018, he earned an International Executive MBA from HEC Paris.
These qualifications are underpinned by professional memberships
including a Diploma in Human Resources Practice from the membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute. Mr Abdulla serves as a Fellow of the Gulf Talent Advisory Board of Oxford Strategic Consulting, providing advice on strategic nationalisation matters.
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