Swissôtel Al Ghurair Dubai appoints director of finance

Wasim Farrah brings to the table more than 14 years’ experience

Wasim, brings more than 14 years’ experience to the role
Wasim, brings more than 14 years’ experience to the role

Wasim Farrah has been hired as the director of finance at Dubai’s Swissôtel Al Ghurair and will oversee the finance and purchasing departments, as well being responsible for financial reporting and budget management functions.

Wasim, who brings more than 14 years’ experience and has held roles in the finance department from the beginning of his career in 2005, joins Swissôtel Al Ghurair from his most recent role as cluster director of finance at Marriott International overseeing Aloft Me'aisam, Element Me'aisam and Aloft Dubai South since October 2017.

Emiel Van Dijk, general manager, Swissotel Al Ghurair, said: “His breadth of experience, as well as his solid financial accounting and audit experience, will support our plans to continue to grow, develop and create an even stronger business.”

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